After Sarah Palin VP debate, Joe Biden to step aside for Hillary Clinton?

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  1. KenH

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    I don't think this will be happen, but it is interesting speculation.



    "However, there's been a persistent e-mail making the rounds of inboxes all month. It's titled "Rumor Has It?" And according to this unsigned e-mail, Biden will step aside as No. 2 on the Democratic ticket shortly after....

    ...Thursday night's vice presidential debate against Palin, probably around Oct. 5.

    Biden will, according to the unverified e-mail, cite health concerns. He did suffer two brain aneurysms and was hospitalized about 20 years ago.

    Since Biden's Delaware Senate seat is safe, he could safely return to that job, holding that seat for the party. And the last-minute VP vacancy would allow Obama to fill it with a woman to counter the GOP's pioneering gender move.

    That replacement choice could be Sen. Hillary Clinton, who, true to her primary promises, has been out dutifully campaigning anyway for the man who defeated her."

    - rest at http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2008/09/biden-palin-oba.html
     
  2. carpro

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    Your question is just another sign of how much Obamanites fear Palin.
     
  3. LeBuick

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    Kind of true, I think it depends on how Palin does tomorrow.

    If she flops there is no need to worry. If she does well the this would be a smart move.

    Good to see Obama has options. If McCain changed his running mate the media would scream poor judgment.
     

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