I agree with Lylah: any pair that can help our country move forward. This has been an interesting primary season. I did vote for HIlary because I really wanted to see a capable, smart woman in the White House. (Her last name was actually a negative for me, because I don't necessarily want the presidency to be passed among family members.) I also agreed with her persistence when other politicians wanted her to step aside; those calls were undemocratic.
When I realized that Clinton wouldn't win the nomination, I was disappointed and didn't know if I could vote for Obama, in part due to his longtime connection to Wright , which suggests a worldview unduly -- and negatively -- influenced by race, and in part due to his inexperience and proposed rapid a withdrawal from Iraq, which puts our servicemen and women-- including me -- at risk.. (Some of my husband's colleagues are VOLUNTEERING to go to Iraq now, because they are safer now vs. during a rapid withdrawal.) I DO agree with Obama on points like the need for change, diplomacy with world leaders, etc
In the end, however, I just CANNOT vote McCain due to his proposed 100-year American presence (since modified) in Iraq ... not when I see severely wounded young men and women -- our country's future -- where I work ... especially when that country seems to be in continued chaos.
So again: any pair that'd move away from this current political nightmare!