Kathleen Sebelius calls for cooperation in Democratic response
Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius delivered the Democratic response to President George Bush's State of the Union Address and called for 'cooperation.'
"In this time, normally reserved for the partisan response, I hope to offer you something more: an American response," Sebelius said from the governor's mansion in Topeka. "There is a chance, Mr. President, in the next 357 days, to get real results and give the American people renewed optimism that their challenges are the top priority."
Sebelius encouraged Bush consider a series of legislative actions Democrats want, such as signing a bill he's vetoed twice to expand federal health care coverage from 6 million to 10 million children.
"Join us, Mr. President, sign the bill and let's get to work," Sebelius said.
It is unlikely that the President will have a change of heart, but it was definitely worth a shot.
I've heard that Kathleen Sebelius will endorse Barack Obama for President this week. The deal for Kathleen is simple. She is a strong possibility as the V.P. running mate, if the Democratic nominee is a man. It looks Barack is her only hope.