DNC: No. You can't.
DNC: If you do it, it won't count. And we won't let you come to our party.
DNC: Are we?
DNC: Don't do it.
DNC: You too?
DNC: No. Iowa first, then
DNC: No dice.
DNC: Don't but
Nobody was bluffing, and these states acted retardedly by insisting on earlier primaries. And today they look even retardeder because the Democratic race has gone on for over a month past the original
Yes, I know retardedly is not a valid adverb. And that retardeder isn’t a word.
“It would be a logistical nightmare. First of all, we have the school board elections coming up in May, and then we have to get ready for the local and state elections in August. How are we going to be able to squeeze a presidential primary in the middle of all of that?”
Seriously? This woman is like the registration lady at the beauty pageant at the end of “little Miss Sunshine.” You know, the one who says Olive can’t register because she already turned off the computer? Turn the damn computer back on!
It’s not a logistical nightmare. Pick a day, set up the voting machines the same way you did when you had your stupid fake primaries, invite everyone who’s registered to come vote, and make a choice: Clinton or Obama. Pretend like the first vote never happened, because it shouldn’t have happened. Then, count the votes. Tada!
Because of what’s at stake here, because of the record turnouts of this election, there is no doubt people in these states will want their voices heard and their votes counted. So keep it simple,
DNC: No. Don’t do that.
DNC: Do you like being the butt of election jokes?