What puzzles me is why so many Republicans are now suggesting the Dems put Hillary on the ticket?

I don’t get it, and I see something a bit troubling. It would benefit the Democratic ticket and make it more difficult to defeat the president – that is obvious. So why hammer the point?

Maybe Sarah Palin is miffed she was not asked to speak at the GOP convention. Maybe some moderate Republicans fear the tea party more than they give a rat’s you-know-what about the country. I don’t know.

All I do know is what I see and what I hear.

If criticizing the president and the vice president is the name of the game, I am all for it. But to do it in a way that ends up making the task of tossing the prez out on his posterior more difficult, what is the objective?

Is this a joke? I expect this doublespeak from RINOS – but from Palin, that is another story.

Make fun of the VP all you want and lump him together with the president all you want. As a matter of fact, the criticism of the president has not been nearly as harsh as I feel it should be. I say hit them both with the most powerful and direct attack that can be had. GET THE MESSAGE OUT in every venue. Dog the president in every state on every radio address, TV address, newspaper or magazine promotion. Hit him on all the issues, including his own secrecy and hypocrisy. Hit him on all his legal fees directed at maintaining his secrecy!

But to indirectly suggest Biden be removed and Hillary substituted is over the top. I don’t think the GOP has been aggressive enough now, so how will they step up their game in the event of a Hillary/Obama ticket?

It can be done, but it makes the game tougher! So please tell me, what the heck is going on? What am I missing?

Dave G.

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