Eraser8 -- Party bylaws are relatively unimportant? If you can't get past the demands of the party delegates, you don't get the party endorsement.
Look at the Dems. When the unions in the US went impotent, they stopped showing up for the caucuses. Suddenly, the democrats stopped being the party of labor, and became the party of the [fill-in-the-special-interest-groups-who-showed-up]: Like the greens. Kind of hard to support labor when you're against industry....
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Thank you. You have just accurately described the top of the American bell curve.
Rayonic writes: Do you think Bush 2004 is a stronger or weaker candidate than Bush 2000?He's a far, far weaker candidate today than he was in 2000. He has a record to run on now. And, his record is the worst of any president in U.S. history.
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