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So whats going to happen with her is she going to be VP?

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Probably not. If Obama asks her, and she says yes, she'll make a stink and say he couldn't do it without her. If she says no, he looks like a fool. It's best to just ask someone else, and offer her a non-cabinet position, like an ambassador, or something.

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Probably not. If Obama asks her, and she says yes, she'll make a stink and say he couldn't do it without her. If she says no, he looks like a fool. It's best to just ask someone else, and offer her a non-cabinet position, like an ambassador, or something.
...like Ambassador to Iceland or Anarctica.

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She is not going to make it into Obama's administration.

My money says she divorces her husband and remains in the Senate. Maybe she can get a chairman position that oversees the universal health care legislation in the Senate.

Just imagine how many of her actions in the last 10 years have been devoted to becoming President. How about all the infidelity issues with her husband? How much of that has she let slide because of her ambitions to take the top job?

You might as well start calling her Senator Rodham. Clear a wide path, here comes a woman scorned!

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The only way she becomes the VP nominee is if the DNC decides too many voters who would have voted for Hillary will go to McCain.

Other than that I don't see her as VP adding to Obama's campaign.

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She had a sit down with Obama yesterday....does any one know what happened?

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She had a sit down with Obama yesterday....does any one know what happened?
The brutha got his dick sucked and she got her spot on the ticket... duh!
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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24993082/
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Clinton, Obama meet in Washington
Pair hold ‘productive discussion’ after Clinton disavows push to make her VP
The Associated Press
updated 7:53 a.m. CT, Fri., June. 6, 2008
WASHINGTON - Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton met rival Barack Obama face-to-face with no one else present, hours before her campaign formally announced she would endorse him Saturday at an event in Washington.

California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Friday the two Democratic presidential candidates arrived separately at her home for their Thursday night meeting. Feinstein said she took them to her living room, where they sat "in two comfortable chairs facing one another" and then she left the room. No one else was present during the meeting and nothing was served except water.

"There was a desire on both sides, I think, to have private meeting," Feinstein said.

The two candidates emerged laughing from their hour-long meeting.

The California senator had gone up stairs to do her own work when the meeting began at 9 p.m. EDT.

"They called me when it was over," Feinstein said. "I came down and said, `Good night everybody, I hope you had a good meeting.' They were laughing, and that was it."


On Friday, Clinton's campaign said she would deliver her formal endorsement of Obama at a noon gathering at the National Building Museum and urge Democrats to unite behind his candidacy. Obama clinched the nomination Tuesday after primaries in Montana and South Dakota.

Clinton and Obama went to great lengths to keep their meeting a secret from the media beforehand.

Feinstein, who had supported Clinton throughout the primaries, told reporters the former first lady called her Thursday afternoon and asked for the use of her house.

Obama "was very gracious," Feinstein said. "He said he would go wherever, whenever Sen. Clinton wanted."

"This is a deeply personal time, too, you know," Feinstein said. "Barack is trying to put things together for a major presidential campaign. There are a lot of decompression and nerve endings that need to come together."

One of Clinton's top supporters, fellow New York Sen. Charles Schumer, said Friday that Clinton would agree to be Obama's running mate if he offered the No. 2 spot to her.

"She has said if Sen. Obama should want her to be vice president and thinks it would be best for the ticket, she will serve, she will accept that. But on the other hand, if he chooses someone else she will work just as hard for the party in November," Schumer told ABC's "Good Morning America."

Schumer said the meeting between Clinton and Obama was not about the vice presidency.

His comments came a day after a Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson denied reports that Clinton was actively campaigning to be on the ticket.


"She is not seeking the vice presidency, and no one speaks for her but her," Wolfson said Thursday. "The choice here is Sen. Obama's and his alone."

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who had remained uncommitted throughout the primaries, endorsed Obama Friday.

Obama is "a once-in-a-generation leader who connects with the hopes and dreams of the American people and will deliver the long-overdue change that our country desperately needs," the Nevada Democrat said in a statement.

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Hillary ain't shit. Think about the payoff Bill is going to get for subtly ruining the campaign. US ambassador to the UN would be my guess. After the divorce I'm sure.
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Why choose when you can combine?


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Why choose when you can combine?

I'm gonna have nightmares......I guess I can print that for targets at the range

its still "we the people"right?

"So this is how democracy dies, with thunderous applause"

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Clinton, Obama meet in Washington
Pair hold ‘productive discussion’ after Clinton disavows push to make her VP
The Associated Press
updated 7:53 a.m. CT, Fri., June. 6, 2008
WASHINGTON - Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton met rival Barack Obama face-to-face with no one else present, hours before her campaign formally announced she would endorse him Saturday at an event in Washington.

California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Friday the two Democratic presidential candidates arrived separately at her home for their Thursday night meeting. Feinstein said she took them to her living room, where they sat "in two comfortable chairs facing one another" and then she left the room. No one else was present during the meeting and nothing was served except water.

"There was a desire on both sides, I think, to have private meeting," Feinstein said.

The two candidates emerged laughing from their hour-long meeting.

The California senator had gone up stairs to do her own work when the meeting began at 9 p.m. EDT.

"They called me when it was over," Feinstein said. "I came down and said, `Good night everybody, I hope you had a good meeting.' They were laughing, and that was it."


On Friday, Clinton's campaign said she would deliver her formal endorsement of Obama at a noon gathering at the National Building Museum and urge Democrats to unite behind his candidacy. Obama clinched the nomination Tuesday after primaries in Montana and South Dakota.

Clinton and Obama went to great lengths to keep their meeting a secret from the media beforehand.

Feinstein, who had supported Clinton throughout the primaries, told reporters the former first lady called her Thursday afternoon and asked for the use of her house.

Obama "was very gracious," Feinstein said. "He said he would go wherever, whenever Sen. Clinton wanted."

"This is a deeply personal time, too, you know," Feinstein said. "Barack is trying to put things together for a major presidential campaign. There are a lot of decompression and nerve endings that need to come together."

One of Clinton's top supporters, fellow New York Sen. Charles Schumer, said Friday that Clinton would agree to be Obama's running mate if he offered the No. 2 spot to her.

"She has said if Sen. Obama should want her to be vice president and thinks it would be best for the ticket, she will serve, she will accept that. But on the other hand, if he chooses someone else she will work just as hard for the party in November," Schumer told ABC's "Good Morning America."

Schumer said the meeting between Clinton and Obama was not about the vice presidency.

His comments came a day after a Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson denied reports that Clinton was actively campaigning to be on the ticket.


"She is not seeking the vice presidency, and no one speaks for her but her," Wolfson said Thursday. "The choice here is Sen. Obama's and his alone."

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who had remained uncommitted throughout the primaries, endorsed Obama Friday.

Obama is "a once-in-a-generation leader who connects with the hopes and dreams of the American people and will deliver the long-overdue change that our country desperately needs," the Nevada Democrat said in a statement.
Let's talk real secretively... that'll get the people's trust! Oh wait, we don't need it. All we have to do is worry about the electoral college. Fuck the people!
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