May
18
2012

#rsrh Democrats no longer pretending to respect their own primary process.

This is a pretty naked allegation:

Regardless of Tuesday’s outcome [in Arkansas], the National Democratic Party seem determined to make sure that embarrassments in Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and West Virginia do not materialize as any dissenting delegate votes when the presidential roll is called in Charlotte, N.C. in September.

The short version in this case is that Democrat John Wolfe is poised to do well enough in next week’s Arkansas primary to theoretically get delegates.  The thing is, he won’t – the Democratic party has already announced that he’s ineligible to get any, because he’s not Barack Obama.  Oh, I’m sure that there’s an ostensible excuse being offered, but why pretend that it matters?  It doesn’t for the Democrats, after all.

You have to wonder what the heck they’re afraid of.  Besides the revelation that Mr. President Magic Space Unicorn Lightbringer isn’t as popular as his press agents made him out to be, of course.

Moe Lane

PS: Hey, thanks for the Arkansas state legislature, Democrats!  We’ll add it to the pile of them you’ve already given us.

5 Comments

  • Canthros says:

    Rules are for other, lesser people, after all. All of this is clear, once you transcend mortal existence and become a being of pure light, the petty, physical trappings of “rules” and “laws” and so forth are revealed as little more than gates placed across moral doorways to protect metaphysical toddlers like the rest of us from the dangers of free enterprise and self-actualization. The truly enlightened need not be bound by such restrictions.

  • David says:

    Wow, how big of a step is it from invalidating delegates to invalidating electoral votes?

    “Oh the Dept of Justice has determined that voting against The President is racist and so those votes don’t count.”

    Scary.

    And how delicate of an ego do you have that the most minuscule of opposition must be completely squashed? This is just another despotic tendency from the One.

  • acat says:

    Heh.

    The trouble with the Democrat party is their belief in democracy is, at best, skin deep.

    Mew

    * at worst, it’s a thin layer of blue dye…

  • TooMuchTime says:

    Taxes are for the little people.
    Delegates are for the chosen one only.

  • qixlqatl says:

    “Power always thinks it has a great soul and vast views beyond the comprehension of the weak.
    John Adams”
    Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/j/john_adams_2.html#v4u3zK0pPX8F9EVs.99

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