If by the mere force of numbers a majority should deprive a minority of any clearly written constitutional right, it might, in a moral point of view, justify revolution.

- Abraham Lincoln

Close. No Cigar. Maybe McClinton?

Of the 2025 needed, Hillary has 812 and Obama has nearly as many with 720. On the other side, which cannot be considered the right in this single party system where the characters are so similar it is difficult to tell them apart, McBush McCain has a commanding lead over his rivals with 620 of the 1191 needed.

What to do if it is Hillary vs. McBush? Does not matter. This means it is a good opportunity to find the third party that most clearly represents your understanding of government's role. For Republicans, that would probably be the Libertarians; for Democrats, that would probably be the the Socialists.

Look, you might as well vote for someone out there that believes in something, because we are getting a McClinton if it comes down to Hillary and McCain. In fact, if it is Hillary and McCain, they should flip a coin to decide which is the VP and get on with bending us over.

posted at 14:36:52 on 02/06/08 by clearpolitics - Category: The Cause - [Permalink]

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