Who Should Be Romney’s Vice President? Wrong QuestionStephen L. Carter
July 6 (Bloomberg) -- With Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, well into the process of selecting a running mate, and pundits breathlessly speculating on how this or that candidate might help or hurt the ticket, it’s a good moment to pause and ask: Why do we have a vice president in the first place?
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