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A fight to bring credibility to the Democratic PartyViews: 334
Jan 23, 2008 5:01 am re: A fight to bring credibility to the Democratic Party

Ernie Martin
Eventhough I like Obama, I dislike the Democratic Party. I am considering not voting in the general election for the person that's representing the Democratic Party. I am not thrilled with the Republican party platform too! The Republicans completey avoided health care and are dancing around the immigration issue. I like the Democratic platform, but, their national party pushed me away. Mayor Bloomberg are you listening?:-)).

The reason: The national Democratic party has become very autocratic. Example: Michigan and Florida have become uncontestant in primaries, keeping the Democratic voters in those states holding the bag. No Democratic delegate respresentation from Michigan and Florida in their national convention. Or would the national office choose the delegates to vote for the nominee?

The national Democratic party needs a complete overhaul and start building unity among states for elections. Case in point: The perception Iowa and N. Hampshire have projected by early voting. The elections are media driven, and the honchos on the national leadership party, don't understand the psychology of the projected perception on primary voters.

Looks like I'll be joining Greg!:-)).

Cheers,

Ernie

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