...because for the first time I asked for a democratic voting ballot. I quickly filled in the circle for Hillary along with a few other choice weak democrats and submitted my official vote. Now if only a few like minded conservatives can do the same we can keep this election going all the way to denver!
Like the picture I painted of you in many posts, you post this and confirm to the the Brown blog that you are ******of political understanding.
I should say "ditto head", (ie:a mindless robot) told to commit an act of stupidity in light of the many people who have died to be able to have an opportunity to vote in a national election.
In your case, what does it matter that the democrats take the primary process to the convention??
This is the way it should be. All the states should have a chance to vote in a primary election.
Your real concern should be for McCain, he is the presumptive candidate for the republicans, yet he cannot obtain 100% of the republican votes in any primary.
In Penn, he failed to get 250 thousand votes from republicans, and those went to Ron Paul and Mike Huckabee and their not even in the race any longer.
In Indiana, he failed to get 25% of the republican votes and those as well went to Ron Paul and Mike Huckabee.
While you are playing with your right to vote, your candidate is having trouble earning all the eligible republican votes and that is not a good sign for McCain.
Obama will indeed get the dems nomination, and you will have wasted your time and energy following an overweight, drug addicted 3 time divorced narcisists silly game intended on nothing more than turning the election onto himself.
Its the mindless like you Brett, that follow this maroon over the cliff as described eloquently by Diesel.
Hillary will drop out in 2 weeks, the DNC will insure that.
Worrying about denver is a waste of time.
You should worry about how to get the 25% of republicans who wont vote for McCain to not vote for OBAMA.
Operation Chaos, which was only a cover to try and convince the "stupid" that crossover republicans in the early primaries were by design, was an idea of the RNC and RUSH.
By pretending to be asking republicans to cross over and vote for Hillary, they could disguise the fact that republicans were actually tired of BUSH and his policies and were going with a democrat in 08.
When the exit polling data came out of each state after Iowa, it was abundantly clear that republicans were crossing over and voting democratic.
It wasnt until early this year that the numbers began to tell a scary story to the republicans. The democrats were outvoting the republicans 3 to 1.
This trend continued in ALL states.
There isnt a single state in this primary race where more republicans voted than democrats.
To answer this, without ringing the panic bell, RUSH went on with his early version of Operation Chaos, only it was called "keep her in it to win it", at that stage, which was at the Texas primary, he was convinced that the republicans had a better chance of beating Hillary vs Obama.
It didnt matter, Hillary won the primary, but OBAMA won the caucuses in Texas. Rush's plan was INEFFECTIVE.
He modified his game to Operation Chaos in OHIO, but OBAMA was never going to win that state from the get go.
Hillary wins and RUSH takes credit for absolutely nothing. Hillary was going to win that state anyway.
North Carolina was a blowout.
Indiana was close and when final tallies are done, Obama will have only lost by about 9 thousand votes.
Again, Operation Chaos a complete failure.
Now, Hillary is poised for one more race and will be forced to drop out. No money, no support and the prospect of ruining her political future in the years to come by sticking around and complicating the process.
If she is smart, she and Obama will sit down and discuss her likelihood of being VP, this ticket would be UNSTOPPABLE.
McCain may select that closet "dyke" Rice, but it will not matter.
You started this thread by admitting "I feel so dirty"
You should be saying: "I FEEL SO USED"
Thank you for wasting your vote, as our country wastes young men and women in our armed forces in another country fighting for an opportunity for Iraqis to be able to vote in a legitimate election process, you here at home make a mockery out of ours.
I can only hope your proud of yourself.