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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Public Override, Much?

The 20 prominent Clinton supporters told Pelosi she should "clarify" recent statements to make it clear superdelegates -- nearly 800 party insiders and elected officials who are free to back any candidate -- could support the candidate they think would be the best nominee.

Maybe I'm restating the obvious, but public override, much? The left complains when Gore loses to Bush via electoral votes, which are actually based on the popular vote. But somehow, it's okay that Clinton can win the primary without having any popular vote or higher delegate count. Someone is smoking weed somewhere, and it's not Obama (finally).

Oh, and here's the article.

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