Monday, November 3, 2008

What is Fair Reflection?

Fair Reflection is a democrat tenet in which each state's population must be fairly accounted for in the voting process. The purpose of Fair Reflection is to not ignore any group. 

Fair Reflection is a tenet that was urinated on this year, and we can thank George Soros, David Axelrod, Barack Obama and democratic party Higher ups for that.

If you lived in a caucus state and work a swing shift or two jobs, or are elderly, retired, the head of a household that can't take supper time off and spend the night caucus voting, or are a single parent, the democratic party basically took your vote away. 

All of these groups were passed over in the caucus states by the democrat party. I consider it fraud to use fair reflection in democrat bylaws, but then not practice them in reality, it certainly is bait and switch at the least.


Anonymous said...

Whether to have a caucus or a primary is the decision of each state. The Democrats have nothing to do with it.

Alessandro Machi said...

The Democratic party valued the inaccurate caucus results from republican leaning states MORESO than the super delegates from their own party.

If the Democratic party is going to use the results so seriously, then of course they are involved. The democratic party gave North Carolina 28 bonus delegates for not moving up their primary date.

Clearly the democratic party controls each states methodology for determining the democratic nominee.