The Pros and Cons of Sen. Evan Bayh
The New York Times examines the pros and cons of Indiana Senator Evan Bayh as Sen. Barack Obama's vice presidential candidate.
Shorter version: The cons are that his early pro-war position stands in stark contrast to Obama's repeated emphasis on his own early opposition to the war in Iraq and Bayh is bland and unlikely to excite voters.
The pros are he has economic experience and his youthful appearance bolsters Obama's message of "generational change."
If not Bayh, then who? Sebelius or Kaine or someone the media has overlooked or counted out?
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