Just as we thought the ‘Dream Ticket’ rumors had died down, longtime Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward has that 2012 could see a different Democratic VP from Joe Biden. Hillary Clinton, according to Woodward, is a prime candidate for the position. Get the full story, with photos and video below!

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The Washington Post reporter published his book “Obama’s Wars,” last month shedding light on the possibility of a ‘Dream Ticket’ featuring Obama and the current Secretary of State. Quickly dismissed by White House aides, it looked like just another blip on the radar.

“I have absolutely no interest and no reason for doing anything other than just dismissing these stories and moving on because we have no time, we have so much to do, and I think both of us are very happy doing what we’re doing,” said the rumored 2012 VP.

But Wednesday, Woodward stirred up the issue once more. In an interview with CBS News correspondent Bob Schieffer, the reporter made a compelling argument for Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton switch.

“President Obama needs some of the women, Latinos, retirees that she did so well with during the [2008] primaries and, so they switch jobs, not out of the question, and the other interesting question is, Hillary Clinton could run in her own right in 2016 and be younger than Ronald Reagan when he was elected president.”

He makes a good point. If she does take and win the VP job in 2012, she would be the natural successor for the Democratic White House in 2016. All of this, of course, is dependent on a Democratic win in 2012. But gut instinct tells me that, unlike the 2008 elections, a ‘Dream Ticket’ would have a better chance of winning a tight election, purely based on the international recognition of both candidates. Still, it’s all just speculation now, and I don’t think we’ll be getting confirmation any time soon.

“It’s just not true,” Gibbs told reporters. “It is not anything that is being discussed here.”

In 2008, it was allegedly her husband and former President, Bill that killed her chances. This time, the Secretary of State casts a big enough shadow to stand on her own two feet. What do you think of the possibility of a Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton job switch in 2012? Is the “Dream Ticket” the best hope for the Democrats against a powerful GOP and Tea Party coalition? Let me know your thoughts in the comment section! And check out the pictures and video below for more on the story!

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Photos: www.wenn.com/ Carrie Devorah, News Pictures