Obama and Clinton have wound up agreeing on nearly every major issue during the campaign; at the end of the day, they share many orthodoxies. Unless the Supreme Court were to get mired in minuscule details of what constitutes universal health care, Obama could assume that he'd be pleased with most Clinton votes, certainly on major issues such as abortion. Obama could also appreciate Clinton's undeniably keen mind. Even Clinton detractors have noted her remarkable mental skills; she would be equal to any legal or intellectual challenge she would face as a justice. The fact that she hasn't served on a bench before would be inconsequential, considering her experience in law and in government. James Andrew Miller - Next Stop, Supreme Court? - washingtonpost.com While I realize this article is a few months old, I felt like that given how close we are to the end of the election it was time to revisit this issue. I have given this much thought and on the surface it would make complete sense with the low key nature of Hillary Clintons support for Barack Obama in this election. However on the other side of the coin, she would have IMHO an extremely difficult time getting through any confirmation process.