Thursday, March 13, 2008

Obama Plays The Bush v Gore Card: Bring In The Federal Goverment!

Barack Obama wants it all, and he's willing to turn to BushCo to bamboozle the vote in Florida and Michigan.

Obama camp raises flags about Florida revote

Sen. Barack Obama's campaign is raising red flags about the idea of a revote in Florida to solve the mess over the state's delegates to the presidential nominating convention.

David Plouffle, campaign manager to Obama, noted that the lead advocate for a mail-in revote is Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida, is a supporter of his opponent Sen. Hillary Clinton. Plouffle said any revote would need to get U.S. Justice Department approval.

Plouffle again floated the idea of seating the delegations from Florida and Michigan - which were stripped of their delegates because they held their primaries too early - through some sort of negotiated "arrangement." One idea that has been tossed around is to evenly split the delegates between the two Democratic presidential candidates. If Florida's Jan. 29 vote were counted, Clinton would get a net of about 38 more pledged delegates than Obama.

Lawyering up against Florida and Michigan doesn't sound like either Unity® or Hope® to me. In fact, it sounds like a Pure D threat, considering that there is absolutely no constitutional precedence to support such interference by the government. In fact...

But in considering the delegate election, the (Supreme) Court seems satisfied that the rank and file have the “associational right to vote” for a convention delegate “without undue state-imposed impediment.”

And what about that "Just give us the same amount of votes that Clinton got, and we'll call it a done deal" proposal?

Like that's fair?

Aw, come on.

You're kidding, right?

Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19-- and and


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