The status of President Bush's health, following his hospitalization and treatment for an irregular heartbeat, has touched off renewed speculation about Vice President Dan Quayle's future.
Ever since Bush chose the former senator as his running mate in 1988, Quayle has toiled to erase his image as a political lightweight. Concern over Bush's ability to serve his full term has revived the debate over Quayle's credentials.
Do you think Quayle is qualified to serve as president? Should Bush choose another running mate if he runs for re-election in 1992?