My Dream Ticket: Obama-McCain

I know it is not within the realm of possibilities but McCain and Obama would complement each other so well, would unite this nation, would transcend partisan politics, would place the people above special interests and principle above polls.

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  1. Frank Tillery said:

    Nice thought, my friend.

    It is unlikely that Mrs. Clinton would accept the Vice-Presidential role for any President after spending eight years witnessing Al Gore’s plight. Also, Mr. Obama would probably not be able to endure eight years of being Vice-President to the Co-Presidency of Bill and Hillary Clinton. By the way, does a co-presidency even have or acknowledge a vice-president?


  2. Rachael said:

    I think this would be so true, they would complement eachother. I am a little put off by the way McCain responded to Obama about the legislation for lobbying reform going through a committee, instead of making a bi-partisan task force. I think he misinterpreted Barack’s response. However, if they can get past that it would be neat to see something like this happen. If we really had a representative democracy it would make sense for the top choices of each party to share the office, albeit with some sort of assurance in place that they will cooperate with eachother to meet common goals. For some reason I feel Obama and McCain could make it work without needing that in place. I just don’t know about for future leader’s, whoever they would be.

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