Sunday, February 10, 2008


Hillary and Obama are very close. There is speculation that the Super Delegates may decide the election, and they may go with a candidate other than the one that got the most votes and delegates in the primaries and caucuses.

Chris Bowers said If the institution that exists to resolve disputes within the American center-left does not operate according to democratic principles, then I see no reason to continue participating within that institution. If that institution fails to respect democratic principles in its most important internal contest of all--nominating an individual for President of the United States--then I will quit the Democratic Party.

Donna Brazile feels the same way
"If 795 of my colleagues decide this election, I will quit the Democratic Party. I feel very strongly about this," Donna Brazile told CNN this week. Brazile, who managed Al Gore's presidential campaign in 2000, is herself a super delegate.

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