Democrats’ One-Half Compromise

The Democrat Party chose to eschew principle altogether today, reaching what should go down in infamy as the one-half compromise. Party officials said a committee agreed to seat Michigan and Florida delegates with half-votes. This craven compromise befits the clash of modern liberal values that fostered the farcical controversy over the two states’ primaries.

A heated three-hour meeting featured arguments that reflected the depth of liberal thought, such as “Shut up!” and “You shut up!” according to the Associated Press.

Clinton campaign official Harold Ickes said that his candidate had instructed him to reserve her right to appeal the decision to the Democrats’ credentials committee. Such an action could drag the matter out all the way to the party’s convention in August. You go, Girl!!!

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2 thoughts on “Democrats’ One-Half Compromise

  1. The most-brilliant </sarcasm?> portion of that is they took 4 of the delegates Clinton earned in Michigan and reassigned them to Obama because she did “too well” in Michigan compared to other rust-belt states.

    I strongly suspect that there will be about 65 superdelegate-votes announcing for Obama no later than Wednesday.

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