Sunday, February 10, 2008

Dear Superdelegates:



Steve Bates said...

"If the superdelegates determine the party’s nominee before primary and caucus voters have rendered a clear verdict, Democrats risk losing the trust that we are building with voters today. The perception that the votes of ordinary people don’t count as much as those of the political insiders, who get to pick the nominee in some mythical back room, could hurt our party for decades to come." - Tad Devine

No f'ing kidding. If superdelegates are used for antidemocratic [small-d] purposes, the party could well lose my active participation.

hipparchia said...

Democrats risk losing the trust that we are building with voters today

they've already lost my trust. they still have my vote only because i think a vote for anybody else would be a vote for a republican at this point.

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

I sometimes wonder if those old smoke filled rooms where candidates were chosen were better. Then I realize that they may still exist.

Catnapping said...

I've decided - I'm endorsing OBAMA. I've put a little black and white button in my sidebar that links to what I found to the best Obama political ad I've found, so far.

Yes. We. Can.


Catnapping said...

found. found. found. how many times can i fit found in one sentence?