There has been talk of President Obama replacing Joe Biden on the 2012 ticket with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. But "I think he's more likely to pick Kathleen Sebelius, his health and human services secretary," wrote John A. Tures of Southern Political Report, noting her record as a two-term Kansas governor and status as "the linchpin of Obama's key piece of legislation." He continued: "Obama is as likely to be judged on the health care bill as the economy in 2012. Obama doesn't need to show years (of) experience or foreign policy expertise, having been on the job for four years. It would help to have someone on the ticket with additional management skills, as the ex-Kansas governor would provide."