Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Hillary Ready To Become Obama's Vice-President

Wow, that's mighty white of her. There's only one problem: I don't remember her being asked.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. Hillary Clinton on Tuesday told New York lawmakers she is open to being the running mate of Sen. Barack Obama, her rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, two of the lawmakers told CNN.

And yet, her stooge Terry McAuliffe said that the Clinton campaign will "absolutely not" concede the race at this time. Then, why the interest in VP, Hill? Sounds like someone is a big, fat, cankled liar!

Rep. Charles Rangel, a senior member of the New York Democratic delegation, also told CNN, "I have reason to believe she is open to the [vice president] slot."

Then count this story as rock-solid fact. If Charlie Rangel is saying this, it must be Gospel. I mean, it's not like he's a criminal, right?

One of the sources added that former President Clinton has been privately pushing for a couple of weeks for his wife to be No. 2 on the ticket.

That's only because Slick Willy left some "mementos" in the Oval Office that he needs to retrieve. I remember hearing a rumor about a "stash of condoms."

"Sen. Clinton is an outstanding public servant, she has worked tirelessly on this campaign, she has been a great senator for the state of New York and she is going to be a great asset when we go into November to make sure that we defeat the Republicans," Obama said on the campaign trail Sunday in South Dakota, adding Monday in Michigan that "she and I will be working together." (H/T - CNN)

Hold on a second, my Bullsh*t Meter is of the charts. Okay, I'm back. Look, does anyone in their right minds think that this unholy union will actually happen. These two idiots despise each other, and rightly so. They've spent the better part of a year attacking each other like two fat guys reaching for the last crumb cake.

For Clinton, the sad truth of the matter is that Obama will win the nomination, despite the fact that the Dems have a stronger candidate in Hillary. The only large state that Obama won was Illinois - his home state - and his campaign has been riddled with scandal and "misspeaks."

And as if they have not suffered enough, there is an alleged "bombshell" coming out about Barack's lovely and talented (at ripping her country) "wife." That's going to cause some damage as well. Eventually, no one - no Democrat, and no Republican - is going to want to vote for this guy: he just brings too much baggage.

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