Sunday, September 02, 2007

Clinton, Obama, and Edwards Identify 46 Least-Favorite States

L.A. Times article on plans by Democratic candidates to play ball with the established early-primary/caucus states. Excerpt: Front-runner Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York followed Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois and former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina in pledging to abide by the calendar set by the Democratic National Committee last summer. The rules allow four states -- Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire and South Carolina -- to vote in January. The four "need to be first because in these states ideas count, not just money,*" Edwards said in a written statement. "This tried-and-true nominating system is the only way for voters to judge the field based on the quality of the candidate, not the depth of their war chest."

As I said almost two years ago:
It's absolute bullshit that someone in New Hampshire or Iowa gets to exercise significantly more influence over who the next president is than I do.

*Excessive use of hairspray must count as an idea.

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Blogger Get A Life! said...

It's so cute how you think anybody's vote counts.

Chomsky Girl

10:36 PM  

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