posted on Aug, 3 2008 @ 09:57 PM
It is very important. It's very important for McCain, too, but for Obama specifically.
He can't pick someone with so much experience that it overshadows him. They were talking about this on Meet the Press this morning, and it makes
Everyone is talking about Obama's lack of experience, so how will it look if he picks a strong, knowledgeable, experienced Democrat for his VP? To
some, it will look like Obama knows that he is lacking and is trying to make up for it with a very strong VP. It doesn't inspire much confidence in
the person at the top of the ticket.
I don't want to see either candidate pick another Senator as a VP. I think that both need to pick a governer....it will help to balance out both
tickets with at least some executive experience.