Saturday, February 16, 2008

I Thought of it First

NOfP, June 12, 2007:
I actually think there's a possibility that Al Gore will be the Democrats' candidate.
Newsweek's Eleanor Clift, February 15, 2008:
Al Gore on the second ballot: A scenario that a few weeks ago seemed preposterous is beginning to look plausible to some nervous Democrats looking for a way out of the deadlock between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. It goes like this: We love them both, but neither is a sure bet when it comes to electability. It's not about gender and race, each has more mundane vulnerabilities. Hillary's negatives will drive white men to John McCain; Obama's inexperience will require a gut check on the part of voters. What if the super delegates decide not to decide, denying either candidate the requisite number of delegates to secure the party's nomination. Democrats want to win. The new rallying cry: Gore on the second ballot.

1 comment:

OBloodyHell said...

Gor is just as unelectable as Hitlary. Too many people are getting a clue about the REAL "Inconvenient Truth" -- that it's a crock of s***.