Dem super: Bam is it!

SuperDem’s warning: ‘Hell to pay’
vs party if Obama ain’t nominated

DEMOCRATIC SUPERDELEGATES Phil Bredesen, two-term governor of Tennessee, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, congress representative of California, warn their fellow party elders that they should not overturn the obvious outcome from the United States primaries and caucuses … a popular vote favoring nomination frontrunner Barack Obama, senator from Illinois.
Barack eventually to win ‘Super-primary’
Filipinos for Obama Movement
26 March 2008
TENNESSEE Governor Phil Bredesen has revealed that he is doing something about his concerns for the Democratic Party when he went to Washington this week to promote his idea for holding a “superdelegate primary” in June.
Gov. Bredesen wants the 795 party bigwigs to gather and hear one last time from senators Hillary Clinton of New York and Barack Obama of Illinois before casting a final vote for the Democrats’ nomination.
In an interview with, Gov. Bredesen warned that “there would be hell to pay in the party for a long time to come” if Obama were denied the nomination by Democratic insiders after winning the party’s hands-down popular vote.
The OBAMANOS, or the Filipinos for Obama Movement, and its affiliates and friends – the Filipinos Audacious for Change (FACs), the Obamacans or the Republicans for Obama, and the Obamacons or the Conservatives for Obama – believe in the wisdom of the good governor of Tennessee.
Filipinos for Obama stand behind Gov. Bredesen’s views as well as those which U.S. House Speaker and California Rep. Nancy Pelosi earlier expressed, saying the Democratic Party elders should not overturn the obvious: that the U.S. primaries and caucuses clearly and unequivocally reflect the popular multi-statewide vote showing Obama as the frontrunner.

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