This is not so much a note to the superdelegates, who have made clear that they absolutely will not be caught dead doing what it is they were designed to do: saving their party from internal annihilation. This is a note to voters– the great unwashed masses who seem to be the last thing standing between us and four more years of Republican rule. End it. Now. Right… now.
Those who fail to learn from history will be doomed to four more years in Iraq:
“Every day they run a primary campaign, we run a general election campaign,” explained Mark McKinnon, McCain’s senior media adviser, as the campaign bus rolled through Kentucky. “And every day we run a general election campaign is a good day for us.” That was not all. McKinnon, who used to work for George W. Bush, said he saw an historical analogy. The spring of 2008, he claimed, was shaping up to be as fruitful for Republicans as past cycles.
“In the Bush campaign we used to say that we won the campaign in 2000 and 2004 between March and June,” McKinnon said later in the day. “And I think the way things are going we could say that McCain won this election between March and June.”