Skip to comments.New Hampshire Democrat drops bid to head DNC, backs Ellison [Ray Buckley]
Posted on 02/18/2017 10:51:44 AM PST by Olog-hai
New Hampshire Democrat Ray Buckley has dropped out of the race for Democratic National Committee chair and is throwing his support behind Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison.
Buckleys announcement comes a week before DNC members gather in Atlanta to choose a new chair. [ ]
Ellison says if he wins, hell ask Buckley to lead a new and innovative 57 state strategy targeting the states and U.S. territories.
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Dems committed to go full-out rad.
The Democrats are so afraid now of nominating or placing whites in position of power within their party for fear of upsetting Blacks and Hispanics. Live by the race card and die by it. The Democrats are gonna learn that lesson now and also they better be prepared for the intraparty war between those two groups especially when Blacks begin to see themselves being shut out of power positions as the party accomodates Hispanics because of their large voting bloc. I love popcorn but I don’t know how much I’ll be able to scarf down especially when, and I do mean when Ellison becomes the head of the DNC.
It is a dog whistle for Islamists:
almost as good as a loudmouth woman with hair like a Brillo pad!
Ellison will think he’s equal to the President ,LOL
Yeah, like the Democrats will ever let another White Male be their candidate or leader.
They need to bring back Debbie Wasaman Schultz. With Chukles Schumer, Nasty Pelosi, and Debbie Wasaman Schultz as the heads of the Democratic party it’s a win win. Of course they can bring in Ellison but it’s still a win win for eveybody. The dems get their psycho reps and still nobody will take them seriously except for other psycho dems.
Excellent observation! I think white liberal guilt will also play a factor.
Obviously have Heinz ketchup on the brain. On the other hand, I love the idea of splitting the black vote between Christians and Muslim.
Just when the Dems should be taking as their message from the people “Move back loser to the middle” they decide to double down on radicalism. It might buy them a lot of violence prone radicals but it is not going to win them any elections.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation has 57 members.
He11, the whole dam country just voted for 8 years of a muzzie at the controls.
The only problem I have with Keith Ellison is that he keeps using his slave name instead of whatever his real name is. Mo Hussein, or something like that?
Ellison is a Sunni Muslim.
Something is not passing the smell test in all of this.
Its not illegal to be human (their party line)
when will Baron be 35+ ? ;-)
The Muzzies taking over the DNC aint lookin good for the blacks and Hispanics though. LOL.
That’s right. But they don’t care because they will push the “we’re all ‘people of color’” thing.
I don't know where the 57 comes from, though I do grok 56. Start with 50 states. Add DC (three electoral votes) and you're at 51. Add Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Northern Marianas territories, and you're at 56.
I can see a professional politico in inclusion mode counting the territories. They don't have electoral votes, but they do vote for in presidential primaries and for territorial and local offices, and they have local party organizations (not necessarily named Republican and Democrat) that organize with the RNC and DNC. They come to the national conventions. A political pro would have them on his radar screen.
Here is the language from Rule 1 of the RNC:
(b) For the purposes of this rule and all other rules, "state" or "states" shall be taken to include American Samoa, the District of Columbia, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, except in Rule No. 14, and unless the context in which the word "state" or "states" is used clearly makes such inclusion inappropriate.
I can't find the DNC rules on their website. Perhaps I'm overlooking it, but it may be that the Party of the Superdelegates, with its top-down, caucus-dominated, quasi-Leninist structure, isn't anxious for casual viewers to read its rules.
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