Sunday, May 11, 2008

It's All About Math for Obama, and it Always has been.

Its All about the Math for Obama and it Always has been
The real reason Obama took his name off of the Michigan ballot had less to do with following democratic rules and procedures and more to do with math. Back in January it made sense to not support any action that would accelerate the number of delegates that Hillary could get. Knowing that February would have a lot of caucus delegates up for grabs, it made no sense to allow Hillary Clinton to gain a sizeable delegate advantage before the February caucuses.

There was no nobility in Obama's decision to remove his name from the Michigan ballot. Even if the state had ended up in a tie, at the time that Obama decided to take his name off the ballot, a tie still favored Hillary because Hillary was leading early on. Further proof of this mathematical chicanery can be found in Barack Obama's most recent "peace offering". Once the Florida and Michigan delegates can no longer change the outcome of the race, then they can be seated.

The mathematical pathology of the Barack Obama campaign is chilling to say the least.

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