It's August. The polls are looking none too good for al-Qerry. Best he can hope for is 30% of the popular vote and winning just his state, if that, in the upcoming election. DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe is scrambling right before the convention to whip up support among the party's "super" uncommitted delegates for a "more viable" replacement. Enter Hitlary al-Qlinton, stage left....
But that'll never happen, you say. That'd probably be illegal, too, so the Dems won't even try it.
Try telling that to Doug Forrester. (story
- PDF of court decision
Besides, since when has the law ever stopped Dippycrats from getting what they want? And what they want more than anything else is the White House.
Democrats don't need to rely on no stinkin' democratic process to maneuver the Liberals' Beloved Hijackery
into the cockpit of the party's presidential nomination. All they need is for their so-called superdelegates - who aren't committed to any candidate until the party's convention starts - to split enough of their votes among al-Qerry et al. to force a brokered convention. After a few rounds of balloting with no winner, all the other delegates are released from their commitments as well. It could then be a unanimous vote for whoever the Dems believe can win in their Anyone But Bush campaign.
There's a precedent for this switcheroo from the 2002 New Jersery senatorial race. During its final month, incumbent Robert G. Torricelli
was so far down in the polls after he was severely admonished
by the Senate for accepting improper gifts from David Chang
, that the Democrats made a smoked-filled backroom deal to replace him with a "more viable" candidate. Enter Frank R. Lautenberg and his full campaign warchest of money
against Republican challenger Doug Forrester's depleted one; and the rest, as they say, is history
The scum are desperate to win. Hicklary doesn't have another 4-year shelf life to wait until 2008, when she'd likely be out of office with no Senate-floor spotlight. Seize the day and seize the White House in a surprise sneak attack. Just the way Donkeynuts like doing things. They have an entire left-wing media establishment to rationalize and spin their bait-n-switch scheme all through September and October. Plenty of time to "mobilize the base behind their woman" after al-Qerry is out of the picture and our president has to use his remaining campaign funds to fend off a new attack poodle who's soaking in money.
This isn't conspiracy stuff, just contingency. It's better to be prepared than to be caught off-guard.
In other words, better safe than sorry, especially when our country's facing enemies both foreign and Democratic who want to destroy it and rule atop whatever's left.
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