Hillary-Michelle in 2016: Is a former First Ladies ticket on the horizon?
Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama -- It's a presidential ticket some believe to be a real possibility for 2016. The bumper stickers already exist. Now it's just a matter of getting the two First Ladies, one former and one soon-to-be former, on board.
Former Clinton spokeswoman Karen Finney calls the possible ticket "a dream team for America." Finney tells the Washington Examiner, "Both women are proven effective leaders who've raise children, so dealing with Congress would be a snap!"
Though she has yet to announce her intentions for a candidacy, Clinton is believed to be a shoo-in to join the 2016 race as a candidate for the Democratic party. Mrs. Obama's name has been floated as a possible candidate for the Illinois Senate, but some strategists like the glass ceiling-busting idea of a two-woman ticket.
Still pollsters have their doubts. John Zogby tells the Examiner, "This smacks of too much celebrity and is a tad too dynastic for American voters. An interesting reality show, yes. A ticket, no."
I will denounce my citizenship immeadiatley and find somwhere else, I don't care where, to live or be forced into drastic action.