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21. Same
Fri Jun 10, 2016, 11:51 AM
Jun 2016

It depends whether Hillary actually wants her and plans to give her a meaningful role or is just trying to throw us a bone.

No (Bernie Supporter) bigwillq Jun 2016 #1
Agree. A senator can get more done than a vice-president. JustABozoOnThisBus Jun 2016 #5
Like Senate majority leader. Imagine the hell she would bring upon the GOP tonyt53 Jun 2016 #27
There are a lot here who wanted her as SBS's VP choice. Bobby Kennedy can fill Warren's Senate seat. TheBlackAdder Jun 2016 #40
I didn't want Warren as Bernie's VP either. bigwillq Jun 2016 #41
She needs to stay in senate. VulgarPoet Jun 2016 #2
Depends on how close we are to retaking the Senate ... NurseJackie Jun 2016 #3
Wouldn't the Republican appointment only be for a few months, until a special election? democrattotheend Jun 2016 #20
I think they have 150 days to call for a special election dlwickham Jun 2016 #26
it's irrelevant to me. It is a ceremonial post. cali Jun 2016 #4
Ceremonial ... ha! :-P NurseJackie Jun 2016 #6
yes, it's largely ceremonial. What precisely has Joe Biden done? cali Jun 2016 #9
You haven't been paying attention to Joe, I see. Or ... NurseJackie Jun 2016 #11
So you can't name a thing. No surprise cali Jun 2016 #15
I was going to say it's ceremonial with a young pres like Obama, but then JFK... yurbud Jun 2016 #23
The fact it is a ceremonial post should make it highly relevant to you. JonLeibowitz Jun 2016 #13
It will be tough to call Bernie fringe after this primary cycle. yurbud Jun 2016 #25
What that we do here *is* relevant jack_krass Jun 2016 #28
Not sure Dem2 Jun 2016 #7
Same democrattotheend Jun 2016 #21
I fully support this. Double down. Do it. betsuni Jun 2016 #8
Horrible, horrible idea. Lizzie Poppet Jun 2016 #10
Yep. It is interesting the breakdown of votes in the poll so far. JonLeibowitz Jun 2016 #12
I love your posts Tarc Jun 2016 #24
Almost all of the Bernie supporters voting "no" are ones geek tragedy Jun 2016 #14
Mmmh. I tried to look at it from the hardcore bernie viewpoint. cyberpunk Jun 2016 #17
I don't think Elizabeth Warren is going to be anyone's yes-woman nt geek tragedy Jun 2016 #18
I'd hope not. nt cyberpunk Jun 2016 #19
Bernie supporters have been saying for months athena Jun 2016 #34
that's a lot of cross referencing yurbud Jun 2016 #38
I'm for it. Here is why. RDANGELO Jun 2016 #16
That's a bunch of if's floppyboo Jun 2016 #22
Well at least we are staying true to the usual suspects. Eom MyNameGoesHere Jun 2016 #29
Great for Banks, terrible for citizens Marrah_G Jun 2016 #30
Why? democrattotheend Jun 2016 #31
Yes, because she isn't in the senate to fight them. Marrah_G Jun 2016 #37
Warren is a fiery advocate. She can have a decades-long career in the Senate... Hekate Jun 2016 #32
She didn't have the courage to either run or support the progressive candidate. Kentonio Jun 2016 #33
Between VP and the Senate -- Hell Hath No Fury Jun 2016 #35
no, they have zero chemistry. nt La Lioness Priyanka Jun 2016 #36
No. But if she accepts it, I'll be hopeful of the terms and her judgement. nt JCanete Jun 2016 #39
it doesn't matter, since hillary will lose. nt restorefreedom Jun 2016 #42
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