And the nominee is....

So much has attention has been given to who the Dumbocrat presidential nominees will be, without any thought being given to either nominees from the minor parties or who the Demo VP nominee will be.

The Libertarians -- the de facto "third party", with more candidates in and running for office than all the rest combined -- will run some poor soul who knows he hasn't got a snowball's chance in Hades, but runs for the sake of principle. The Greens -- aka the Watermelons (green on the outside; red on the inside) -- will most likely recycle Ralph Nader. All the rest of the minor parties will nominate their unknown sacrificial lambs.

The big question, though, revolves around the two major VP nominees. Bush will be loath to dump Cheney, no matter how much a liability he might be and completely ignoring the question of who the Repugnican nominee should be in '08. (Are they really so short-sighted? Probably.)

At any rate, since Weasely Clark has already declined the not-yet-offered honor, and since he's only a stalking horse for the junior Senator from New York anyway, that only leaves seven other possibilities for the dubious honor that Reagan bestowed on his rival Bush 41 in '80. Bush's crack about "voodoo economics" notwithstanding, Reagan put him in position for the '88 nomination. Dubya has no such heir apparent.

So, who would the Demoncrats like to see as the heir apparent for their nominee (who might likely wind up being Deanie Weenie)? Their plan for having the junior Senator from New York save the day at a contentious and highly divisive convention by "uniting the party", our guess is that -- in keeping with her propensity for only telling part of the truth -- the Dems will most likely give the #2 spot to the junior Senator from New York (aka Darth Vader in drag). (She did, after all, only promise not to run for /president/, not vice president.)

In such a case, should the GOP snatch defeat from the jaws of victor and the Demo nominee gets the White House, his life wouldn't be worth a plugged nickel.

Impossible, you say? Believe it or else. There are enough people in this country who are unbelievably stupid enough to vote for Her Majesty -- for no other reason than her gender -- that such a ticket is more than likely, and it's not at all outside the realm of possibility that such a ticket could actually win.

Remember: you read it here first.

God help America.


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