Friday, March 21, 2008

FL and MI Caucuses

are the obvious solution.

Nothing could be more simple. The state parties can hold caucuses without any legislative approval or government assistence. They need simply the approval of the DNC and the money necessary to organize and hold the caucuses.

But of course the Clintons want nothing to do with a caucus in FL or MI because they could not care less about MI and FL delegates being seated. They only care about gaming the process to their advantage, and they have nothing to gain from a caucus. As a practical matter, the Clintons have conceded the elected delegate race to Obama and are trying to narrow the popular vote gap in hopes of stealing the nomination with superdelegates.

(posted from the Airport Hilton, Seattle, WA)

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