Friday, August 22, 2008

Since Obama Apparently Won't Name a Veep Tonight. . . .

Let's open up the old picture file and expand the list of available options. Which one of these folks would help his campaign the most? Discuss.


Right Hook said...

George Soros has already helped the Obama campaign far more than he could by assuming the VP spot on the ticket.

Theoretically speaking, could Soros even demonstrate that he is constitutionally qualified to be VP by producing a legitimate, certified birth certificate (in fact he can't since he is a naturalized citizen)? Some of the other "candidates" may also have the same problem.

Now, on the other hand, Obama would not have such a problem...or would he?

I'll think of a good name later said...

And every one of these would have been better than the pick he actually made. *Sigh*
As of right now I am seriously considering not voting for the democratic presidential candidate for the first time in my life.

(the poster formerly known as SA)

Mark Heuring said...

It's tough, good sir. I have to admit I would especially have liked Inigo Montoya - interesting back story, noble, excellent hair and the source of one of the most useful lines in movie history:

You keep saying that word. I do not think it means what you think it does.

Hope all is well - I'll drop you an e-mail this weekend.