Skip to comments.Randall Terry wins enough votes for a Democratic delegate (Okla. Primary)
Posted on 03/07/2012 4:54:34 AM PST by tellw
Excerpt: "According to Democratic Party rules, Terry is eligible for a delegate since he won more than 15 percent of the statewide vote. Terry beat Obama in 12 counties, mostly in western Oklahoma. Terry acknowledges he can't win the presidency but says he hopes to cause Obama's defeat in the fall."
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Wow! Way to go Randy! Heh - This Summer we’re gonna need a lot of popcorn.
Oh - one more thing: I guess that now makes him the leader in the delegate count among Democrats who are actually eligible to be President, right?
Will they seat him?
A number of years ago, Lyndon Larouche won 2 delegates in Ohio. The DNC refused to seat the delegates, saying that the Voting Rights Act didn’t apply to them.
Gingrich and Santorum are killing each other. - by xzins (Since 1998)
Rick and Newt need to get together and cream Romney. - by Linda Frances
The FR Golden Gate Plan! => Post 55 "GOP Brokered Primary Now!" thread
You know, this does give me an idea... If we could (it is probably too late, but) get a Tea Party person to primary Zero and all us conservatives vote for him, “crossing over” as it were, we could actually probably have a good chance of winning. Leave the libtards with “no one to vote for” so to speak.
If it looks like Romney’s lead is insurmountable (asbestos suit on now), I may cross over and vote Democrat for Terry when my state’s primary comes up (April).
Operation Chaos time?
What is the rule to put a name into nomination at the Democratic convention. Will it take two delegates, such as one to propose and one to second? I would love to see somebody on their placed in nomination so they could go up there and kick ass in a nominating speech.
I’m down. How can we get this going widespread? Do we need a thread dedicated to this cause?
He cracks me up. He is the Eveready Bunny...only the pitbull version.
People don’t even like him! And he gets 18%? HA!!
And they’re actually trying to convince us Obama isn’t vulnerable?
Thanks for the ping! I’ve been too busy even to know Obama lost some counties in OK. To read about how and why it happened—that is luciously sweet. RT is right, at least partly. Obama’s sociopathic/sadistic attitude toward babies born alive [from abortion] is one of his weak points. But so is his avowed desire to see fuel prices skyrocket, to name just one more. The guy is so vulnerable on so many issues it’s not funny.
Now if we could just get a decent conservative on the ballot to oppose him....
I like the idea of splitting the “Conservative” but “Loyal Democrat lever pullers” away from obammy.
There might be an advance registration requirement for primary voting, those who want to pursue this path should check that out.
Better yet, the elite media has literally been saying there’s no one else running in the Democrat primarys, and establishment Democrats convinced most supporters they’ve got the win, to, now we watch as the supporters wake-up to ‘too little too late’, it’s going to be sobering.
Our county was a solidly Democratic county until a decade ago; like many other Southern counties, it was once virtually impossible for a Republican to get elected, and most of our key Republican leaders are former Democrats who left that party because of national issues and will still vote for a conservative Democrat in state or local races. Sometimes they'll even openly back the Democrat if he's an old-style conservative.
However, our county still has some right-wing evangelicals who are active Democrats. One is a black Pentecostal woman who is quite vocal about being a Christian conservative. Another is an elderly woman who proudly sports Christian bumper stickers next to her bumper stickers for various local Democratic candidates, and Obama is not on her bumper sticker. The head of our local Officers Christian Fellowship chapter is a retired JAG officer who is active in Democratic politics.
Maybe I need to ask who they voted for in the nonbinding primary and who they plan to vote for in the binding caucus.