In fact, it's a hopeful sign that Obama will likely choose a generalist -- Richardson or Biden -- and not a general, and, if a woman, not the one who called him "irresponsible" and "naïve" and set up the GOP for the general election.
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Obama might be wise to bypass his own supporters when he goes to select a vice-presidential candidate. Reaching out instead to a high-profile Clinton supporter may be the best way to unite the party.
When asked by CNN's John Roberts why, if he advocated superdelegates voting with their constituents, was he backing Obama, Richardson claimed Roberts was getting "technical."
This is almost like an exhalation, a tension break: about two former opponents who always liked each other now coming together out of a common hope and dream.
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