I'm torn with this one, seriously torn. By all rights, Clinton should be the VP. She finished almost equal to Obama, he was slightly ahead. She has a base and she appeals to voters that he may not be able to reach. She has all the experience she needs and she would be great as the attack dog type of VP. She has undoubtedly earned a place in history with Obama. Has she gone too far though? In her desire to win the nomination her campaign has been openly hostile. She has not set herself up well for the number 2 spot and I wonder if the damage she has done to Obama personally is too great to overcome. There's a part of me that thinks that Obama needs Clinton to win this because the party is fractured, and only she can pull it back together since it was her wedges that drove the party apart. Obama will need the support of women to win and Clinton helps with that. And there's the keep your enemies closer thing. Better to have Clinton in your corner than going after you. I thought Clinton would realize all of this and make it easy for herself and Obama. I'm not sure if her anger at him for usurping what she must feel she legitimately earned will allow her to be VP candidate that he needs her to be. I think Clinton needs to figure out what she wants now. If she wants to be the VP and can be ok with that, she'll be a tremendous help. I'm not sure if she's mentally ready to be the VP after her heart was focused on being the President. If she is going to be a bitter VP, I'd rather it be someone else. If she's going to embrace the historical significance of the Obama/Clinton ticket, I'd be thrilled to watch it happen. Torn.