Thursday, March 27, 2008

My Plan for the Democratic Superdelegates

Since the Democratic primary election will be determined by the superdelegates, what better way to make the choice than to emulate the leadership styles of the two remaining candidates? Following the decisive leadership of Barack Obama who voted "present" 130 times as a state senator in Illinois and the distinctive triangulation style of Hillary Clinton who can claim either side of any issue, the superdelegates should vote "abstain" over and over until the nominee is chosen.

Can't you just hear the report on CNN, some time in mid-September? "And on the 16,412th ballot, the Democrats have yet to select their nominee as all of the superdelegates once more voted to abstain."

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