Monday, March 3, 2008

Bad Chad, bad, bad Chad

What is it about Florida? Is it all the old folks? Is it because some call it America's dick? Just kidding, why I'm almost old enough to be sent there myself. It's like the Gang that can't shoot straight. they just can't seem to get it together during election time.

Who do you think is behind this push? BTW, IMHO their initials would probably be HRC. The Democratic party was warned not to move their primary up and they chose to ignore the national democratic party and sanctions were imposed. They already voted once. Do they get to vote again? Sure, some folks have lost their effect at the primary but it is their State folks, vote them out. I do not think it would be in the Dem's interest to do this all over again.......alrighty then, do it if you want to. i mean why would your republican Governor want you to re-do the primary? It will just add to the Dem angst during this rancorous primary season, and stress out your party and candidates, dummies. Drink the kool-aid, folks.

I'm just sayin'

Crist Says He'd Support a Repeat of Florida Democratic Primary

March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Florida Governor Charlie Crist said he'd support a repeat of the Democratic presidential primary so the state's delegates can be counted at the party's national convention.

Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said he's open to the possibility. Primary elections are paid for by a state's taxpayers, so the offer from Crist, a Republican, is "very helpful'' because money is an issue, Dean said.
"We're very willing to listen to the people of Florida,'' Dean said on CNN's "Late Edition'' program today.

The Democratic Party stripped Michigan and Florida of their delegates to the convention as punishment for holding votes before the sanctioned date of Feb. 5. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, head of the Democratic National Convention, said last month that delegates from those states shouldn't decide the nomination.

New York Senator Clinton beat Illinois Senator Barack Obama in the Florida contest Jan. 29, though neither campaigned there in accordance with the party's decision. Clinton won in Michigan after her rivals withdrew from the ballot.

Clinton said Jan. 25 that delegates from Florida and Michigan should be seated at the Democratic National Convention in August.

Dean said the dispute over seating delegates is the fault of party leaders, not Florida voters.
"If they would like to fix that problem so that we can seat Florida without any problems, of course we would like to seat Florida,'' he said.

Crist said, "I think it's very important though that those delegates are seated.
"I'm hopeful that the Democratic National Committee comes to the conclusion it's the right thing to do,'' he said on CNN today.