WASHINGTON -- Imagine it: Barack Obama at home in the White House, Hillary Clinton across the way in the vice president's office and Bill Clinton -- well, not baking cookies.
"It could be like a reality show," said Tom Schaller, a political scientist at the University of Maryland/Baltimore County. "Ryan Seacrest might want to option the rights to it. I think it's a one-for-the-price-of-two situation."
That's just one reason there's not a unanimous call for a "dream ticket" between Obama and Clinton.
Supporters of the idea see it unifying the Democratic Party like nothing else, but opponents say Obama has plenty of choices for vice president that would come without the drama that seems to follow the Clintons around.
Is that so? Then who do you think is a better pick?
-- Jerry Zremski
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