Democratic strategist James Carville told the Monitor earlier this week that his choice will be a surprise.“McCain and I share something in common,” said Carvile. “We’re both craps shooters. And just by nature, craps shooters always want to put their stack in the middle of the table.”Carville was right.
With his lead over McCain in the polls now gone, the Democratic nominee must woo independents.
The Democratic analyst and pollster Stan Greenberg said Wednesday they would welcome a Romney pick.
Campaign Cupids are working overtime deep into the '08 primary season.
His victories Tuesday make eight in a row and show he's eroding Clinton's core constituencies.