May 31, 2008

Someone Alert Paula McFarland

Carroll Andrew Morse

From the Minneapolis Star-Tribune (h/t Kathryn Jean Lopez)...

Koryne Horbal, the 71-year-old founder of the DFL Feminist Caucus, doesn't care whether her idea costs Democrats the White House.

Though she acknowledges it is a difficult sell, Horbal said she and other feminists are promising not to vote for Barack Obama and write in Hillary Rodham Clinton's name in November if the disputed Florida and Michigan delegations are not fully seated at the Democratic National Convention and Obama becomes the presidential nominee.

A petition drive to get feminists across the country to make a similar pledge began Friday, she said.

(DFL stands for "Democratic Farmer Labor" Party, Minnesota's state-level Democratic Party organization).

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No, no, it's not ego, Andrew. She is owed this nomination. She well earned it over the course of the last thirty years.

Posted by: Monique at May 31, 2008 8:51 PM
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