miércoles, 11 de junio de 2008

Strickland descartado

El Gobernador Ted Strickland, de Ohio, ha sido rotundo cuando le han preguntado sobre la posibilidad de acompañar a Obama en el ticket demócrata. "Absolutamente no. Si soy llamado no me presentaré. Si soy nominado no lo aceptaré. Y si soy elegido no serviré. No sé cómo puedo ser más claro." Ohio Guv Won't Run with Obama

(...) When questioned by NPR's Michele Norris if his statement was the kind of insincere disavowal of interest offered by other VP hopefuls, Strickland contrasted his own flat denial of interest with what he has heard from other VP prospects.

"No, I don’t think they all say that," said Strickland. "I’ve heard people say, 'you know, if I was asked, it would certainly be something I would have to consider."

(...) When asked to rank the degree of difficulty of Obama carrying Ohio, Strickland says: “I would say somewhere around 5 in a scale of 1 to 10. I think it’s, I just think it’s a challenge because of the nature of our state.” (...)

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Anónimo dijo...

We should have a great day today.