While I think Joe BIden has done a fine job as Vice-President, he needs to realize, for the good of the Democratic Party, that he is not the best person for the ticket. First of all, the VP should be someone who can get voters fired up to re-elect Obama this year. Second, the VP should be electable as President, to run once the current President’s terms have expired. Biden, though popular and likable, has a very slim chance of becoming President in 2016. Nor is he. Instead, he should step aside and recommend Hillary Clinton become VP for Obama in this election. Not only would it boost enthusiasm for Obama’s campaign, it would put Hillary in place for a near-certain Presidential win in 2016. Many Democrats I know are disillusioned and disappointed with Obama’s performance so far. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, has approval ratings above 60%. I could list for pages all her accomplishments as Secretary of State. Adding her to the ticket would generate enthusiasm and confidence in the Obama administration. After the election, perhaps Obama would even solicit and listen to her advice on matters. She has proven herself a master diplomat on all levels, while Obama still struggles to be effective.