UPDATE: Oops, here's the link to the correct video.
This video is very interesting. Sarah Palin is only briefly mentioned, but she is put on the list. Meanwhile, today's buzz indicates that Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine has the inside track for the Democratic VP nod.
Now, consider that pollster Scott Rasmussen suggested a few weeks ago that, should Kaine be Obama's running mate, Palin is the best candidate to put up against him (if you listen Rassmussen's appearance with Sean Hannity, he specifically says that Palin is the best choice on the condition that Obama chooses Kaine). Tim Kaine is the prefect foil for Palin. He is a first term governor who makes little national news, so an Obama-Kaine ticket is double trouble when it comes to inexperience and lack of notable achievements. Kaine was also one of Obama's earliest endorsements in the primary race, so he does absolutely nothing to reassure Hillary Clinton's voters.
With her record of producing real change backed up by John McCain's years of experience, Sarah Palin can slice, dice, and julienne Tim Kaine in the VP race. He's the perfect opponent. Apparently also in contention for the Democratic nod are Senators Evan Bayh (IN) and Joe Biden (DE). Again, great foils for Palin. Biden is has been a part of the Washington establishment since 1973 and has a severe case of Foot-In-Mouth Disease combined with a chronic case of Can't-Shut-Up Syndrome. Palin would make short work of him. Bayh might be a slightly better choice, as he was a big figure in the Hillary campaign, but he is still a longtime part of the Washington machine and totally undermines Obama's "change" message.
So, if McCain is gutsy enough to take Palin, it's starting to look like Obama will play right into his hands by naming Kaine, Biden, or Bayh to the ticket.
And yes...I heard that Ted Stevens got indicted. I'll talk about that later.