The Vice-Presidential Choices

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Here’s who I think the presumptive nominees should choose: Obama: Governor Kaine of Virginia McCain: Mitt Romney Both of my choices have the ability to deliver a state. In Romney’s case, it is Michigan. I should add that the last vice-presidential nominee who was chosen with the idea of delivering a state was Lloyd Bentsen, Michael Dukakis’s running mate in 1988 against Bush-Quayle. That didn’t work out, except for the vice-presidential debate (“I knew John Kennedy. John Kennedy was a friend of mine. And you’re no John Kennedy.”) McCain doesn’t like Romney, but that shouldn’t stand in the way. Overseas fact-finding missions and state funerals are made for vice-presidents.

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