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Election Tuesday

May 18, 2004

(archived broadcast )
Who should John Kerry pick as his running mate?
PLUS more on yesterday’s raucous debate on gay marriage!

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  • Peggy Sue January 25, 2005 3:52 am

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  • Skip May 19, 2004 2:43 am

    I live in Arizona and I still don’t know where McCain is really coming from. One minute, he acts like an independent when he tries to push through bills like the election finance reforms. The next minute he’s out there campaigning for Bush. I just don’t think he is a possibility. Then I could be wrong, especially if he really wants some revenge for South Carolina in 2000.
    This election will be very strongly influenced by the war. Having the VP with no war experience would be a disaster. That is why I shy away from Edwards, even though he is from the south and is the best orator. I think Clark would shove the chicken-hawk label down the republican’s throat. He’s also an extremely intelligent man. But if the UN were to move into Iraq and the war becomes less of an issue, then the sorry state of our economy would move to center stage. I think Edwards would be strongest VP in this situation.
    My final vote: Clark

  • Bruce May 19, 2004 12:15 am

    I’m a conservative… Not happy with Bush, less impressed with Kerry. If you put John McCain on the ticket you’d probably win me and a lot of moderates over. Let’s face it, hardcore lefties and hardcore righties don’t decide elections… They are going to vote for whoever their party representative is almost no matter what. A Kerry-McCain ticket would win because any hardcore liberal would much rather have Kerry than Bush regardless. Enraged at Kerry or not, they hate Bush even more… The only fear would be losing them to Nader which many wouldn’t do because once again this helps the Bush cause. If you chose Wesley Clark, it’s a harder fight for to win over the moderates who are practically the only people who decide elections anyway.