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Does Senator Leahy Not Believe In Every Americans Right To Vote?should He Resign Now?

Seems that Senator Leahy thinks that his will and wishes far outweigh the wishes of the American people during the democratic primary. Maybe Obama will win but not everyone has had an opportunity to vote and there is no clear winner yet. Why wouldn’t Leahy just say that one should step down rather than say the one he doesn’t support should. Is that his idea of democracy?? Hey Vermont, is that how he feels about your wishes?

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  • Zombie Birdhouse says:

    Liberals like Leahy were crying and whining about Florida 2000 and Ohio 2004, but want to disenfranchise voters to gain a primary result he wants. He loses credibility since he supports the candidate who benefits from this plan. The convention is going to be a tussle, since the internal polling obviously shows Clinton will probably win by double-digits in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Indiana, win in Oregon and score an “upset” in North Carolina. She will be within 40 or so in pledged delegates of Obama by the end of the primary season. Leahy sees the same internal poll numbers as the candidates and Clinton will have late momentum while Obama is severely weakened by not being able to close the deal. This race for the nomination is far from finished.

    April 8, 2013 at 9:54 pm
  • People A says:

    Yes, Leahy should go blow his hot air somewhere else, like Kenya where Obama’s Muslim relatives live.

    April 9, 2013 at 4:51 am
  • G-Man says:

    Of course he does, just as long as every vote that is for him counts. He should have resigned a long time ago. This speaks to what the Dems believe, we don’t care if everybody’s vote counts as long as our votes do.

    April 9, 2013 at 7:23 am
  • Michael R-2 says:

    He is Obama’s bee-itch. I am sure he’s taking it up the *** from Obama. Another Obama who-re.

    April 9, 2013 at 11:28 am
  • Sheryl B says:

    hes always been kind of a dummy. i pay no attention to him,

    April 9, 2013 at 1:55 pm
  • Janet says:

    I don’t think he should resign That’s going too far He just can’t see past his overwhelming love for Obama too realize “oh yeah there are still many voters in other states who want to vote” It’s ridiculous how him and that idiot Chris Dodd don’t realize what they’re saying There are record turnouts on the Democrats side who are excited to vote for a candidate of THEIR choice and these two want this to end now If Obama is going to win the nomination anyway,why don’t they just let Clinton continue campaigning? Who cares? Obama can still focus on attacking McCain and the Republicans while Hillary can just continue fighting What’s the big deal right? Romare,are you forgetting that Obama has turned negative too? It takes TWO people to fight Why can’t Obama supporters like you see past your love for him to realize that HE IS A POLITICIAN just like Hillary Clinton This is a political campaign! Why wouldn’t you try your best to win after spending all this time,money,and energy trying to win? You’re forgetting that once the nominee is decided,most Democrats will want a Democrat in the White House once they see McCain and the Republicans for the idiots they are

    April 9, 2013 at 2:30 pm
  • Bob P says:

    Leahy is part of the “old school” Democrats. Obama is part of the “new school” Democrats. Obama is an agent for change or so he would have you think. Leahy & other Obama senate supporters would have you believe that Clinton is tearing up the Democratic party. Nothing could be further from the truth. The more Leahy, Dodd, Richardson, Pelosi and the rest want Clinton out, the more you can believe that Clinton is closer to winning than losing. Remember, neither will reach 2,000 in pledged delegates. Super delegates are free to make their own choice. Remember that Clinton won N.M. and MA & those super delegates (Richardson, Kennedy, Kerry, Patrick) are supporting Obama. I don’t care for VP Cheney but he had it right two years ago when he told Leahy to go xxxx himself.

    April 9, 2013 at 8:36 pm
  • marshall knows best says:

    hes a vermont wanna be seccesionist, hes always been a jerk.

    April 9, 2013 at 10:10 pm
  • Bekindto says:

    It appears these Democrats are worrying more about winning the presidency than in letting the process play out as it should. They are afraid that if this continues, the two candidates will dirty each other up so much that neither will be considered a good choice as president. If the Republicans really had a great candidate, I might agree with that. The fact is, they don’t. I’m from Indiana and I, for once, want to have a part in choosing the Democratic nominee. Neither candidate will have enough delegates to win by the time this is over. We should all get to vote and have it mean something.

    April 9, 2013 at 11:30 pm
  • ★Ŕ♡MΛŔƐ★ says:

    There is no way Hillary can win the nomination mathematically. Furthermore, she has turned the campaign so negative that it is tearing the Democratic party apart, and giving fodder for McCain to use against us in the fall. She should graciously step aside and let our party unite and let Barack turn towards the general election.

    April 9, 2013 at 11:46 pm

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