I said I'd follow up that with how I feel.
Hilary Clinton--Too polarizing and I've made my case before.
Al Gore--AG couldn't deliver us the south last time and I didn't see him campaign in KY for JK this year. I don't see him doing as well in the primaries.
Bill Richardson--He is a moderate but he's Hispanic as well, which works against him as we still have racists in the south in OUR party. Fortunately, I'm not one of them.
Evan Bayh--DARK HORSE to get the nomination and my vote. I'm on the Bayh bandwagon in case my readers haven't noticed. I plan to intern this summer if things go my way.
Tom Vilsack--He is governor and is actively seeking the DNC Chair. I'd rather see him than Howard Dean. He couldn't deliver Iowa to the blue column this year but things will change in 4 years.
Howard Dean--Too liberal for me and I'm a moderate Democrat.
John Edwards--Even as VP, he was not enough to give us NC or anywhere in the south. He faces an uphill climb in 2008 should he run. Elizabeth's illness is a priority right now.
Barak Obama--I know I have his email address but anyway, he said he wouldn't run in 2008 as president or VP according to articles online. See the latter about Richardson.
Harry Reid--I don't anticipate him running. We'd have to get a new leader in the Senate as he would be campaigning.
Mark Warner--A Dem in a Red State but he'll run for Senate in 2006. Possible VP.
I like the sound of BAYH/WARNER 2008.