DNC and superdelegates could sink the Democrats

2 thoughts on “DNC and superdelegates could sink the Democrats”

  1. Bravo! Great coverage. I to am frustrated that this is even in discussion. The DNC needs to make a strong statement NOW to the press. I can already hear the cry “Flip/Floppers” now this time it won’t be directed at a candidate, but rather our entire party. Call the DNC today and let them know how you feel:202-863-8000 ask for the chairmans’ office.


    Brent, I haven’t called the DNC, but I did go to their web site and left the following message:

    For the sake of the party and the nation, I implore the superdelegates, at the Denver convention, to abide by the expressed will of the voting public and support their chosen candidate, whoever he or she might be. I also urge you to stand by your original decision to not seat the Michigan and Florida delegations. Changing the rules after the game has begun is a violation of Americans’ sense of fair play and would seriously undermine the credibility of the DNC and its future ability to keep the party’s house in order.


  2. To be honest with you, I really don’t understand the rules they have as far as delegates are concerned. It’s confusing as hell. And when it comes to the dems, they are constantly changing rules to suit their own desires, so no surprise there.

    Did you hear that there is some sort of monkey business going on with the Super Delegates? Apparently, both Obama and Clinton have made huge donations to all of them – can you say conflict of interest.

    All that notwithstanding – I still say, come hell or high water, Hillary will find a way to become the candidate. This woman and her sex addict husband have been racking up favors in Washington for decades – and she will not go quietly into that good night. Oh no, there’s going to be blood if she gets crossed. Count on it.

    I don’t want or expect her to go quietly. One of my fondest hopes/dreams is of her being back in her house in NY, raging and screaming and crying after she loses: “But it was my turn, Bill!!! It was my turn!!!!”

    As for the superdelegates… I don’t pretend to understand how that whole deal works. I suppose it’s akin to watching sausage being made; hearing that both Obama and Clinton are giving them tons of money was more than I wanted to know.


... and that's my two cents