Sojourner's Place

the people have spoken  

Posted by SjP in ,

In support of this Day of Blogging for Voter Justice, it is important that we recognize that the "democratic" process in this Country is once again threatened. Eight years ago, the U.S. Presidency was determined by not the voters - but the Supreme Court. Despite the fact that Al Gore was the winner of the popular vote, the Supreme Court's decision nullified that vote and put George the 2nd into the White House. That nullification, catapulted this Nation into a downward spiral that - for the last 8 years - has left us in constant fear of attack, a recession, misgivings, and mistrust. We MUST NOT ALLOW THIS TO HAPPEN AGAIN!

It is time for the Democrats to move onward and forward. It is clear that there is only one candidate who will have more pledged delegates, won more states, and won the popular vote by the time we reach Denver. There is NO way that Senator Clinton can win this nomination without the Super Delegates. We cannot allow the Super Delegates to be given the authority to determine the Democratic Nominee in the absence of and disregard for the WILL OF THE PEOPLE.

Senator Obama leads in pledged delegates and has a lead of over 700,000 in the popular vote. Senator Obama should land in Denver, Co as the "presumptive" nominee of the Democratic Party. Therefore, Sojourner's Place joins with others throughout the blogsphere, Afrosphere, and other media in calling for Senator Clinton to concede the Democratic Nomination to Senator Obama.

If you agree:
1. Sign the petition
2. EMAIL, CALL, OR MAIL or mail your statement to the DNC to ensure that your voice will be heard!
Democratic National Committee
430 S. Capitol St.

SE Washington, DC 20003
3. Contact Senator Clinton
4. Contact your State Senators or State Representatives
5. Contact the Pledged (Obama; Clinton) and UnCommitted State and Governmental Super Delegates

Act now! Don't let them steal your vote! THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN!

Obliged to you for hearing me, and now old Sojourner('s Place) ain't got nothing more to say.


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3 sojourners hollin' back

I think it's time that the Democratic Party do something to bring this race to a close. Sen. McCain will benefit more as the race drags on.

March 25, 2008 at 7:37 PM

NBW - I agree - suspect that it will continue to be disjointed until Pennslyvania. But as we draw nearer to the actual election, I really think McCain's age will become even more of a factor for Republicans. If he continues to have lapses in memory, his competency will be drawn into question time and time again regardless of the Democratic Nominee...and that could be very scare. SjP

March 25, 2008 at 7:55 PM

Thanks for stopping by my spot Sojourner! I dig your voice too and will return for more truth!

March 25, 2008 at 11:43 PM
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