Really? Aww, thank you! :8-26-03fruits_apple That means a lot to me, since politics, as you can undoubtedly tell, lol, is one of my favorite things in life and so I must confess, that's a little "pipe dream" of mine, to maybe run for office someday..Congress, Senate, or who knows..:cryptic But hey, law and politics ARE very closely connected (Barack, Hillary, Bill, Edwards are all lawyers themselves and they are just a few examples) so....who knows. You all may be out campaigning for yours truly one day.... LMAO.. But I enjoy just watching the process play out and participating in it in any way that I can. And thank you too, Carla..and you both are very welcome! Thank you for sharing in this all-time exciting race with me! :8-26-03fruits_appleand will be a great politician one day if you chose to go that direction.
As for Hillary being VP, I said in my last post, I think her chances have gone WAYY up since the speech. Even a lot of the Obama supporters I know on the DemocraticUnderground.com and elsewhere, who were growing to despise her during the primaries, were greatly impressed. I honestly wouldn't be too surprised if they were already in talks...it's just so funny that hardcore Hillary people like Lanny Davis, Terry McAuliffe, James Carville, etc, etc are being so upbeat and supportive of his campaign now. Maybe they are just so eager to elect a Democratic president, but it honestly would not surprise me. And after the speech, I even find myself warming up a bit again to this whole "dream ticket" idea. But with that said, I wholeheartedly agree with you, Carla, that he shouldn't be pressured. It's his choice and his alone to make. He's EARNED that right. I definitely think he should take his time and go through the selection process just like any other candidate would do. This is way too important of a decision NOT to! But I trust his judgment. :)
I'm still kinda rooting for Edwards or Richardson, too, though!