With a new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll showing that voters want Barack ObamaBarack ObamaUnderstanding why populist fires are still 'Berning' Clinton at risk of being upstaged An important week for Puerto Rico In Philadelphia MORE to pick a running mate with military or foreign affairs experience, Jerome Armstrong guesses that Obama will choose Sen. Jack ReedJack ReedDems to GOP: Admit Trump is 'unfit' to be president Armed Services leaders encouraged after first conference meeting US urges China to be calm in wake of South China Sea ruling MORE (D-R.I.), Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.), or New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson (D). Armstrong suggests that John McCainJohn McCainDems fear Trump arguments on terrorism FULL SPEECH: Tim Kaine accepts Democratic VP nomination Retired admiral: It would be a disaster if Trump were the face of the US MORE, whom voters want running with someone who has economic experience, will choose former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) or former Hewlett-Packard executive Carly Fiorina. McCain's campaign may be complaining about the positive media coverage Obama is getting, but the Republican has been the one who has called the press his "base," writes Todd Beeton.