I am not the first to think that the GOP would be wise to put Secretary of State, Condelezza Rice, on the McCain presidential ticket.
Some observers may say she is a liability because of her closeness to the Bush administration and that McCain should be looking to distance himself from Bush.
My thinking is that the average McCain voter would not know enough, or even care, about Rice's record in the Bush administration for it to be a problem come November.
Instead, Rice will be seen to be even presidential. More than just a vice president. Better than Barack and better than Hillary.
In fact, she is both Obama and Hillary and more. A Black woman with outstanding political and professional credentials.
She has also never called white people on any of their sh*t, ever. She is white friendly in every sense of the term.
This is a definitive asset in a presidential race tinged by race. She may not be a feminist, but neither is Hillary hey.
In this election of possible firsts, Rice would be the first woman and Black person to hold the office of the vice president.
The party of Lincoln, the president who 'freed' the slaves, will look good with a Black woman who can claim to be an organic part of that history.
If you think the elephant party is not in the early stages of positioning Rice you may not be paying close enough attention.
Why you think she is in Africa, Kenya specifically, brokering a peace deal in the ancestral home of Obama?
Nothing in politics, particularly American politics, is coincidental.
So what you think?
Is Condi Rice the kryptonite to put an end to SuperObama? Can she derail the queen of cold, Hillary, with her warm charming style?