Salon suggests that a McCain-Lieberman ticket is more than just a pipe dream - it's downright plausible.
But in a presidential year filled with firsts (African-American nominee, serious woman candidate, former POW to be his party's standard-bearer), Lieberman retains the intriguing potential to become the first Jewish, party-crossing, second-time-around vice-presidential nominee in American history.
Um. No. I don't see this as any more realistic than McCain dropping out or Barack Obama picking Chuck Hagel as his veep.
Seems like I just wrote a column about this idiocy this morning ...