Sunday, May 18, 2008

The ramifications of a "fusion" Obama-Clinton ticket

Flashback to February 2008:

Sen. Barack Obama Friday knocked Sen. Hillary Clinton for taking lobbyists' money and said she was too much a part of "business-as-usual in Washington" to bring about reform... "In this campaign, [Clinton has] taken nearly double the amount of money from lobbyists than any Democrat or Republican running for president," he said. "That's not being a part of the solutions business. That's being a part of business-as-usual in Washington..."

Now consider the implications of a "fusion" ticket consisting of Obama and Clinton.

Hmmm. That could be problematic.

Here's another ticket that might be more effective.

William Ayers is another potential running mate aligned with Obama's interests.

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