Turncoat is fair play

February 7, 2008

Who’d a thunk it. Because of Zell Miller, there is a rule that strips Joe Lieberman of the superdelegate status in the primary.

One snake bites the other. 


2 Responses to “Turncoat is fair play”

  1. Chucky Says:

    Superdelegates aren’t involved with the primary. They’re the Democratic Party bigshots who get veto power over the nomination on the convention floor.

    Either way it’s not that much of a difference from those smoke-filled rooms in the good old days.

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