Clinton, Obama working out deal for roll call vote

Monday, August 25, 2008 6:09:10 PM

Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama are working on a deal to give her some votes in the roll call for the Democratic presidential nomination, but quickly end the divided balloting in unanimous consent for Obama. Democratic officials involved in the negotiations said Monday the idea is that at the start of the state-by-state vote for the presidential nomination Wednesday night, delegates would cast their votes for Clinton or Obama. But the voting would be cut off after a couple of states, the officials said, perhaps ending with New York, when Clinton herself would call for unanimous backing for Obama from the convention floor.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity while the deal was being finalized. DOES ANYONE BELIEVE IF THE SITUATION WERE REVERSED THAT OBAMA WOULD STAND FOR A LIMITED ROLL CALL? No, me neither?

This is yet another of example of “patting Hillary on the head and asking her to be a good girl!” The real reason Obama’s camp is trying to limit or eliminate the roll call is because they know that Hillary’s delegates, if given an honest opportunity, would vote for her and not for him.

Had the MSM reported this race honestly this could have been an exciting and historic convention. It won’t be because the truth is that neither candidate had enough votes to win the Democratic Party’s nomination going into the convention. Imagine how exciting the convention could have been had this process been handled honestly instead of mangled by the DNC and the list of villains I’ve mentioned numerous times.


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