Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Brownback Jockeying for VP Nom

The soon-to-be former Senator from Kansas, Sam Brownback is not hiding that he wants the vice president slot on the McCain ticket.
“I’d be honored if it were offered to me --- that’s for certain,” Brownback said in a conference call with reporters. “That’d be quite an honor to be considered for such a spot in our nation.”

The Senator is not sure what the odds he would actually be selected by McCain are, but believes his views on Iraq and so-called comprehensive immigration reform make him a good match.

Here's a little tip for you, big Sam. Kansas is already a red state and its six measly electoral votes aren't enough to make a difference in the 2008 presidential race. Basically, you have nothing to bring to the table. To that regard, we guess this pretty much puts you and Sebelius in the same boat.

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