I think there's a good chance that neither of them will get the nomination (but not because of their support for forcing women into the draft) .
Pray tell, who then oh oracle?
Well, I think there is a good chance that neither will receive the nomination on the first ballot at the convention.
Others are beginning to talk about that possibility also,
Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean on Wednesday voiced concern over the prospect of a brokered convention at the end of the party's White House nominating contests.
full story at http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=080206232326.2nxp3bd8&show_article=1
but I've been talking about it since last summer.
The early exit of John Edwards makes it somewhat less likely, but I still think it could happen.
If it does, I've said the Dems will reach for a proven national vote getter.
Al Gore would be their most likely compromise candidate. I first posted this scenario back in July.
Will it happen?
Who knows? My guesses are as good as (almost) anyones.
Good to hear from you, snood.