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Sunday, August 05, 2012

A lonely job

JOEL K. GOLDSTEIN, a law professor at St. Louis University, is a leading authority on the United States vice presidency. People seem to respect him anyway.
Read the rest here.


CJ said...

The VP job is worth a bucket of warm . . .

Eurasleep said...

Based on recent VP choices I'm more of the opinion that the VP is selected based on how good he can make the President look and why removing said President would be worse for the country, than with him in office. Just think, without Obama we'd have Biden.