Rank and file Democrats nominated Hillary in the first place, so they should drop Ospama altogether and run the original winner of the primaries; certainly couldn't hurt, since Ospama won't get the turnout of the base he did last time. The 'super-delegate' scam put Ospama in. He won by 102 votes or so, the 'super-delegate' vote was something like 246 for Hillary, and 478 for Ospama, and then there is the fraudulent caucus voting that helped him out.
Some states, like West Virginia and Kentucky, are already losing major support from the Democratic base, electing convicts rather than voting for him, and some 41% in Kentucky registering 'uncommitted' this time around.
Last edited by Farnsworth,Luther P.; 08-16-2012 at 05:21 PM.
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Leo McGarry: Maybe they don't and they can't add.