Thursday, March 27, 2008

Everyone Always Talks About a Brokered Convention, but Nobody Ever Does Anything About It

It's silly season in presidential politics alright, but at least someone is asking the question:

Is Al Gore the answer?


Blogger Company XO said...

Ok.. from the Republican- Conservative- Baptist- (I guess that would mean Radical Religious Right to some) side of the family in Tejas, I find it ironic that the party that cried foul over a Democrat candidiate that won the popular vote but lost the electoral vote would then resort to "flushing-down" the opinions of millions of Democrat primary voters by substituting in a completely different candidate.
Funny... I have not seen Al Gore on any of the ballots in any of the last 40 or so primaries???
Hmmm for a party that screams that the Republicans are elitist and do not look out for the common man it kinda smacks of being hypocritical.
Well, I guess the 700 or so "super-delegates" will decide for the rest of the primary voters what the "best" choice will be for the Democrat masses.
I always do love a little turmoil across the aisle.


6:56 PM, March 28, 2008  
Blogger Howard said...

Fair comments... mostly... but at least the Democrats have two -- no, make that THREE -- candidates for President who inspire the Democratic masses, hahahaha! ;-)

8:41 PM, March 28, 2008  
Blogger Company XO said...

Touche! Mon Ami


12:46 PM, March 29, 2008  

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