President Changes voting rules for Superdelegates

It is becoming clearer every day this President is power hungry. It is also clear that he will do whatever it takes to be the winner at not matter stands in his way. First we saw the midnight passing of the stimulus package. Then we saw the arm twisting and backroom deals of healthcare. Now we are seeing him taking actions through his minions to make sure 2012 will not be more of fight within the party. Democrats have taken an initial step toward limiting the influence of independent superdelegates in choosing the party’s presidential nominee in 2012. A Democratic National Committee panel is recommending a reduction in the number of superdelegates, from 20 percent of the total number of delegates to 15 percent. This will need the full Democratic National Committee approval the change at a meeting later this summer. Right now superdelegates are the members of Congress, governors and party elders who can back candidates regardless of how their states vote. In 2008 Barack Obama won over plenty of superdelegates, helping him build enough votes over Hillary Rodham Clinton in the final count. This move is to make sure he cannot have the rug pulled out from under him the way he pulled it out on Hillary. We do not believe anything that is happening nationwide for the democrats is not marching orders from the White House.

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