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Then there’s the commander-in-chief gap. Some 75 percent of Americans believe that John McCain is ready for the job, while just 50 percent feel the same about Obama. Worse, an astonishing 42 percent say they believe Obama is not qualified to be commander in chief, an extremely high number.
Biden could be Obama’s Dick Cheney, telling nervous Obama supporters that the painfully junior senator from Illinois will have adult supervision on national security matters.
Or it could have the opposite effect, reminding voters that they’re about to send someone to the White House who needs a chaperone.
Something’s up, because after the Biden pick was announced, Obama’s six-point lead in the CNN poll disappeared overnight.