Friday, February 15, 2008

Superdelagate - A Big Money Job

While reading up on the trials and tribulations of Indiana's Coach Kelvin Sanctions, I came across this little gem.

"While it would be unseemly for the candidates to hand out thousands of dollars
to primary voters, or to the delegates pledged to represent the will of those
voters, elected officials serving as superdelegates have received about $890,000
from Obama and Clinton in the form of campaign contributions over the last three
years," the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics reported today.

Wow! It sure appears that being a superdelegate isn't a bad gig. It seems that trying to buy an election didn't end with Mayor Richard Daley years ago in the windy city.

Just a thought.


At 12:45 AM, Blogger RightWingRocker said...

Expect those superdelegates to be voting in droves for Hitlery. It's her only chance now, and if she doesn't pay them off, you can bet she'll be reminding them of Vince Foster's quiet end.



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