Saturday, May 31, 2008

Superdelegate endorsements for Saturday 5/31

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While we're waiting for the RBC to rule, Clinton has picked up the first superdelegate of the weekend: Former Louisiana Rep. Buddy Leach has endorsed Clinton.

13 comments:

3investors said...

Odd timing to endorse HRC, no?
This and HRWJC's comments reported on MSN about "unusual outcomes" smell fishy but we'll see what happens.

Does anybody else find it interesting that out of all the media, only a comedian (Stephen Colbert) seems to have it right, that the Clintons are using any kind of math or measurement possible to appear to be in the lead?

angela said...

I agree. . . .
Algebra, division, addition, old math, new math,
abacus', etc.

coop said...

LOL. I agree. She will say anything to make it sound like she's ahead. She's probably still in delusion that someone actually beat a clinton.

Lost Bob said...

She counts the votes she got in the State of Denial. Must have been a primary state.

Me said...

That bastard. Vote him out of office!

Micah said...

well we seem to have a pretty balanced and reasonable group of people here. How can you expect dem's to come together if you make comments like that?
Obama/Clinton '08

mumblin said...

that loser !!! Vote him out of office !! and send in George Peppard

Jim from Indiana said...

Micah - as I posted yesterday (in regards to your Obama/Clinton '08) Hilary is far too elitist to consider herself a VP to Obama. All that "blue collar" just trying to give all Dems a voice blah, blah, blah is nothing but playing to the only audience she has. She couldn't choke down the idea to be Obama's VP, but true hypocrite she is she would have EXPECTED him to be hers. The so called "Dream Ticket" will never happen - forget about it.

Me said...

Dems can only come together if Hillary Clinton is gracious in defeat (or to put it another way, the only reason the party is divided at all is because Hillary Clinton refuses to admit that she has lost). So far she hasn't done that.

And until she starts, any superdelegate that makes a decision that doesn't help bring a timely end to the nomination process deserves nothing but scorn.

Dimples said...

Buddy Leach? Check his record and you will see that this is a non-event. ~ Live from Louisiana

Mark said...

Would be the first day in a long time where Clinton may pick up more SDs than Obama :) :)

Rambling Johnny said...

Don't count too much on that mark. lolll I have a feeling you might have a long night of updating the board!

David Boothroyd said...

Reported that Yvonne Gates, a DNC member from Nevada and member of the Rules and Bylaws Committee, has now endorsed Senator Obama: AP news story.

PS there's a nice Obama '08 sticker on a lamp-post just round the corner from me. I live just north of Hyde Park in London, United Kingdom.