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>Crowdsourcing Puts Crucial Superdelegates Under a Microscope

19 Feb

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This whole “super delegate” thing is troubling: contributing to their campaign funds in the years leading up to a national election for the seemingly express purpose of prepaying for their future vote is a disgusting abuse of power.

Just because a lot of people accept that politics is dirty doesn’t mean these leaders shouldn’t be called to task for not representing their constituents when their vote differs from the majority of people they represent.

I hope the so-called expert quoted at the end of this article is correct and we have nothing to fear.

If we cant have a Ron Paul revolution, then we better get a unifier like Obama in charge.

Erik via iPhone
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Posted by on February 19, 2008 in Uncategorized

 

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