I had some great fun over the weekend picking my own Democrat Vice President online by answering a variety of qualifying questions. Here are the first few choices I made:
When you’re doing picking your preferences — most of my choices were “doesn’t matter” — I was pleased to find my main man for Vice President was: Gen. Colin Powell… followed by Senator Jim Webb and Gen. Wesley Clark.
Each of them is a good choice for the restoration of “Kitchen Door” values.
When you’re finished seeing your results, you can turn to the next page to see how your choices lined up with other online VP-nose-pickers:
Late money is being bet on Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland as Obama’s VP pick, but I don’t think a popular governor is the right move — even if he helps deliver a single, purple, state.
Obama needs to cover his military backside nationwide by picking a General like Powell or Clark or a war hero like Jim Webb… or even Chuck Hagel.
Here’s where Hillary stood in the popularity poll when I made my picks:
If you had to pick a Democrat Vice President, who would you want and why?