What is bamboozling is saying on the one hand that he doesn't have the credentials to be president and then saying that maybe he should be vp.
No one would argue that you should pick a vp nominee who you think shouldn't be vp.
Thus if he's qualified to be vp, then he's passed "the test" to be president.
Wolson just made the whole contradictory mess worse today by saying that by the time of the convention Obama might be qualified to be vp. But that would mean that he's also qualified to be president -- according to the standard view of vp and the view put forth by Bill Clinton in 1992.
It's my understanding that Hillary Clinton is running for president, not Bill. Or did I miss something?
Also, all this red states talk ignores the fact that there are a lot of red states Obama won with Democratic Governors and Senators. If these can win state wide, it is at least conceivable that they could go Democratic for the presidential race.
And what about those add-on delegates? My understanding that those go to the winner of the state, but aren't being counted in the totals yet because they haven't been officially designated until the state party meets. Is that correct?