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April 02, 2008



Kudos . . . I hope this trickles to the blogosphere!


Yea, you'd better keep it between you and the voting lever...every time you even dare author an objective piece on either one, the other side comes at you with the proverbial 'fists a flying'

I can imagine if you actually came out and said who you were going to vote'd be the next Judas, to either side.

have a great day :)

John Morgan

Yes, it's a no win situation. Also, if I wind up going to the convention and covering that it's best to remain neutral.

Dave M.

Democrats quiet on this issue brought up from the AP and commented on by the WSJ...

From the Associated Press:

""Sen. Barack Obama has won the overall delegate race in Texas thanks to a strong showing in Democratic county conventions this past weekend.
Obama picked up seven of nine outstanding delegates, giving him a total of 99 Texas delegates to the party's national convention this summer. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton won the other two, giving her a total of 94 Texas delegates, according to an analysis of returns by The Associated Press.
Texas Democrats held both a presidential primary and caucus. [Mrs.] Clinton narrowly won the popular vote in the state's primary March 4, earning her 65 national convention delegates to Obama's 61.""

WSJ says..
""So wait a minute--Mrs. Clinton "won the popular vote" but Obama gets more delegates? Isn't this the sort of thing that drove Democrats to madness back in the days of Bush against Gore?""

son of truth

Yeah, well, any party in which Howard Dean is the moderate, practical one, is REALLY in trouble.

John Morgan

Remember that Texas is a heavily Republican state. Elections are run by the individual states. Texas has a very strange system with both a primary and caucuses. The fault is theirs.

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