Dean Crazed! Romney Out! Huckabee In! McKinney ...in?
by 2008reform, Fri Feb 08, 2008 at 10:52:41 AM EST
A Democratic Convention is now like a meeting of the British Parliament, the Commons provide the hoopla, while the Lords the cash and candidates. Although with Obama the Commons may be fulfilling both roles. Dean's entry into the feud does smack of the old-boy backroom deal making but this time it will be the old-girl who reaps the spoils.
If this is what indeed happens, what about Obamamania? Will Chair Dean try to harness it for the DNC? I would proffer that the Obama phenomenon does not have one scintilla to do with the Democratic Party and there are other options Senator Obama has open to him if he is denied the nomination by Dean and his Washington establishment minions. Where is the Mayor of New York? Donkey Dean needs to lay-off the roids.
Check back to Reform's coverage of the Florida GOP primary and pay attention to the comments with regard to Mike Huckabee. While Huckabee finished fourth in the Florida match-up the religious right scenario won out on Super-Tuesday with the former-Arkansas Governor now with Romney out, (what's really rich is he got 0ut of the race because of the war!)the only viable alternative to McCain. Dr. Dobson, the Focus on the Family and CNP crowd will pony-up for Huckabee.
Each presidential cycle I ask GOP candidates to answer one question. It has gone unanswered for years. Did the candidate speak to a meeting of the Council for National Policy and may I have a copy of the speech? I've stopped asking and calling, you all try.
Remember Cynthia McKinney, former US Rep from the Peach State. Rumor has it that she is seeking the Green Party nomination for President. In the House, Cynthia was not very green, but she is brown and a female--is that a twofer? Will she do for Hillary or Barack what Nader did for Gore?
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