I'm so f**king scared with how starstruck (stupid) people are with Donald Trump that I think it's time Hillary and Bernie fans pull together and insist that they run together. It's the only way I think we can guarantee a win in November -- thoughts?
Bernie seems open to the idea.
USA Today weighs in:
Our experts — the same folks who provided our weekly GOP Power Rankings in the fall and winter — offered a variety of candidates who could help Clinton shore up support with minority voters and liberals: New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, who is young, African-American and the king of social media; Rep. Xavier Becerra, the only Latino holding a Democratic leadership post in Congress; and Secretary of Labor Tom Perez, a hero of organized labor. Diversity is not a new concern for the Democrats. It is worth recalling that in early 1993, President Bill Clinton arrived in Washington with a mandate for his personnel office: New federal appointees had to reflect ethnic, gender and geographic diversity, which became known as "EGG." Nevertheless, the runaway favorite among our group of experts is Tim Kaine, a white male who lives a few hours drive from D.C. "Tim Kaine is far and away the best choice — former mayor, governor, Spanish speaking, highly regarded from a swing state." said Dallas Morning News columnist Carl Leubsdorf. "I expect Hillary Clinton to pick someone clearly qualified to be president, to increase the contrast with Trump." Sen. Sherrod Brown, an Ohio senator, also scored well among our panel, both because the Buckeye State is critical for the general election and because he is more trusted among the party's liberals than Clinton is. Clinton "is likely to choose a running mate with whom she can work — so it might be someone she already knows or has worked with already," said Carroll University professor Lilly Goren. Picking Brown or Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren would "signal to many of the Sanders supporters that she is bringing their positions and advocates into the campaign," Goren said.