Senator Clinton’s victory in the recent Super Primaries seems to indicate that the Obama lustre is fading. Perhaps Lincoln’s truism that “You can fool some of the people some of the time, and all of the people some of the time; but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.
Once again we have put ourselves into a box with sides that border on the extreme. We are limited to a choice of a Black Man who is beholden to the crime syndicate in Chicago and will be a pawn of Jesse Jackson, or a woman who changes positions so frequently that the word chimerial takes on a much broader meaning. Perhaps we should rename them: Barak the Bought vs. The Chamelion.
We lost the only candidate who has shown over the years that he is honest, kind, compassionate, intelligent, strong and very, very experienced–Senator Joseph Biden of Deleware. All because of a misunderstood remark made early in the race. We shot ourselves in the foot when we dropped him, and I surely wish that he could, like the Phoenix, rise from the ashes and run. Perhaps he would consider the office of Vice President. Then when some nut makes an attempt to eliminate the Black or the Female in the Presidency, we could at least have Senator Biden to fall back on.
Cheney has shown that the VP, given a weak President, can run the country from a basement bunker. If Clinton or Obama beat McCain, then the office of the VP becomes much more significant considering the many haters and nuts who will want to remove them from office. Biden would be a great replacement.
Think about it. After all, the only reason nobody tried to get rid of Bush is probably that they realize that Cheney would make our country a police state worse than that of Nazi Germany.
I do not advocate any means other than impeachment and trial by elected officials as a way to remove a sitting president, but many have tried the violent way, and too many have succeeded. Let’s use the upper brain and find a good VP like Biden to support the President.

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