Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Clinton Obama Ticket

If the Democrats could come together to realize that the most important part of this campaign is to win the Presidency in 2008 maybe some rational thinking would come into play. Ideally a Clinton/Obama ticket would be the best that the democrats could offer to the American People.

If the Democrats can forget about all the rancor and ill will that this campaign has created they would see that the best thing for the Democratic Party would be to swallow some pride and look to the future.

Although the fairness of having Senator Clinton at the top of the ticket is questionable it would be best for the Country and The Party if this were the case. Senator Obama is a young man, if he were to be the Vice -President for eight years he would still be a young and dynamic Presidential Candidate in 2016.

The Democrats must unify and come up with a platform that addressees the issues which concern the American People, the blood and treasure being wasted in Iraq, the energy crisis, the food crisis, the economic crisis which were all caused by the corrupt policies of the current Administration. The Democrats must include a revision of Usury Laws to stop credit card companies from gouging the people with obscene interest rates, late fees and over limit fees.

A Clinton/Obama ticket would be the most pragmatic ticket to insure a victory in November. With eight years of a Clinton Presidency followed by eight years of an Obama Presidency, America would have a chance of correcting the wrongs that this Administration has done to our Nation. Mr. Dean and the leaders of the Democratic Party should realize that this would be the best ticket that the Democratic Party could present and it would be a ticket that could have extensive coat tails to elect Democrats on all levels of Government across the country.

January 20th, 2009 will be a significant day in the history of this Country, it will either be the end of a nightmare or the continuation of one. The Democrats must unite to make sure that it is the beginning of a new vision for this Great Nation.

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