Over in the Politico today, I argue that John McCain is likley to bungle his VP pick, so he should instead let the delegates at the Republican convention decide. As I point out in my new book, The Warm Bucket Brigade: The Story of the American Vice Presidency, letting delegates decide this sort of thing in the past helped boost the careers of both Calvin Coolidge and John F. Kennedy.
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