Saturday, August 11, 2012

The Ten Most Surprising Vice Presidential Nominations From The Last 52 Years

The Ten Most Surprising Vice Presidential Nominations From The Last 52 Years

4 comments:

  1. I was on a beach trip in Florida in an old Winnebago with a bunch of guys before college started back again when the Quayle pick was announced. We were all like wait, he picked who???

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  2. Possibly most of them would have done better if they'd taken a page from Millard Fillmore's playbook and had NO vice president.

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  3. Anonymous8:20 AM

    Two words: Spiro Agnew.


    Jeff

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  4. Mike Doran4:15 PM

    Actually, Millard Fillmore was Vice-President to Zachary Taylor.
    When he succeeded to the Presidency following Taylor's death, there was no Constitutional provision for appointing a new VP.
    I'll bet he'd have liked to have one though - even as thin as the Whig pickings were back then.

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