I learned on CNN the other day that each Superdelagate vote is worth 13,000 citizen (and illegal alien) votes. Superdelegates are seated automatically, based solely on their status as current or former elected officeholders and party officials. Barak, Hillary, and Bill Clinton are superdelagates which of course is a conflict of interest. Here is the list of Superdelagates.

We also have the Electoral College system where 538 chosen electors pick our President. Their votes carry more weight than “We The People.” To top things off, we have easily rigged electronic voting machines and paper vote counting machines. At the state level, representatives gerrymander themselves into their districts so they can’t be voted out of office.

I’ve had a few people tell me very rudely that my vote for Ron Paul in the primary was a wasted vote. I sadly acknowledge that they are correct, but so is theirs, no matter who they voted for. Our democracy is a sick joke. Our elections aren’t any more valid than they are in Russia, Venezuela, Mexico, or Cuba.

I now present to you, a Hillary Clinton campaign song and video. It’s perfect for those of you with your heads firmly planted up your ass. Those of you who still, “believe.”

Superdelegates Get Campaign Cash


Many of the superdelegates who could well decide the Democratic presidential nominee have already been plied with campaign contributions by Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, a new study shows.

“While it would be unseemly for the candidates to hand out thousands of dollars to primary voters, or to the delegates pledged to represent the will of those voters, elected officials serving as superdelegates have received about $890,000 from Obama and Clinton in the form of campaign contributions over the last three years,” the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics reported today.

About half the 800 superdelegates — elected officials, party leaders, and others — have committed to either Clinton or Obama, though they can change their minds until the convention.

Obama’s political action committee has doled out more than $694,000 to superdelegates since 2005, the study found, and of the 81 who had announced their support for Obama, 34 had received donations totaling $228,000.

Clinton’s political action committee has distributed about $195,000 to superdelegates, and only 13 of the 109 who had announced for her have received money, totaling about $95,000.

10 Responses to “Your Vote Doesn’t Mean Shit”
  1. jo says:


    they say that the truth shall set you free,soooooooooooooo, now what?

    btw, even thought we were taught in school that we lived in a democracy, in recent times it has been referred to as an indirect democracy.something like a little bit pregnant. after the bush elections even those in coma should have figgered out the deal, but our inability to acknowledge the truth keeps us at the mercy of the evil ones. they know the people and the people don’t know and/or accept themselves. we live by lies, we die by lies

  2. Eddie B. says:

    Democracy doesn’t mean squat either. This is nothing but a buzz word today for the Neo Cons. We are bringing “demoncracy” to the rest of the world you know. Right.

    The important word is Replublic. We the people. We are fading faster now. A blip in the history books. As long as we have history books. They will not b far behind either.

    Better read 1984 if you have not ever bothered. If you have, better read it again. I don’t know if it is important fiction or an Illuminati play book.

    I have become convinced that this one is our last go around and it ain’t going around very well.


  3. HellDogger says:

    There is actually a bright side to this in that it will show some of the good folks that have been fooled be that party now realize how it really works. They other party actually works the same way and I think that is obvious by who just got the Repub nomination.
    In ‘96 I was a Repub Precinct chairman & I know, for fact, we nominated Pat Buchanan, but the party bosses ran Bob(Let’s make a Deal)Dole. The Repub party has made a lot of money from scaring Evangelicals, small Bus. & Patriot/gun owner/ military types. But I think the gig is up.

  4. Angel says:

    Where did this superdelegate stuff come from? Maybe I’ve just forgotten, but I don’t remember about how those came about in Political Science 101.

  5. BEADALONG says:

    Oh, just wonderful and peachy keen! So between the CFR, Electoral College and Super Delegates, are we checkmated and the New World Order creeps get their way again? And why the hell are “Super Delegates” getting money thrown at them?

    And yea, where did this Super Delegate stuff come from? Time to start digging again.

    Yea, Watchdog, my hubby also reminded me that my Ron Paul vote was “wasted,” but you’re right, SO WAS THEIRS!–I could just see the looks on their faces when they finally realize they’ve been royally screwed and I have a feeling that this might be the last election as well (I hope I’m wrong here).

    Hmm, I’ve sent the people I know so much info on the CFR and that they are the reasons we have to keep holding our noses and voting for the “LESSER OF 2 EVILS.” I asked if they were happy about that. There was no answer as usual from them.

    Yup Jo, that is the ultimate question right now….”Now what?”

  6. Zorro says:

    You got that right Brook… our whole political system is nothing but prostitutes.
    Time for another TEA PARTY baby!

  7. Vincent Narodnik says:

    That Hillary video is…
    unbelievable. It appears to be real
    even though to the sane, it seems like a spoof.
    Heres a similar video. Guess this is where they get their inspiration.
    (and votes!)

  8. BEADALONG says:

    I definitely agree that it’s time for another “Tea Party.”

    Hmm, I didn’t know “Super Delegates” existed until now. I knew about the Electoral College and I don’t think that should exist.

    I’m curious though, since the news mentioned it, there’s a 21-year-old Super Delegate. Now, how does a 21-year-old get to be a Super Delegate? That seems very young to be for that kind of role. I would that thought that one should be at least in their late 20s or so, because I assume you have to go to college for this kind of role (my feeling anyway).

  9. melody says:

    College, another thing that seems to not be required anymore. Remember when Americans were told that we were entering a time of technology where nobody would be able to compete unless they were super educated then they have construction jobs for illegals who don’t even use their real IDs. So I guess the Americans who went to trade school just wasted their time and money.

    Now we are being told we need to import workers to clean our toilets. Didn’t we use to be told that in the future robots would be doing our grunt work? Hence the reason for super education.

  10. jo says:

    everyone seems surprised about this super delegate crap. why , because if it existed before we weren’t told. now, because they are gonna crown the chosen one/ones regardless of “the peoples choice”, they are setting the stage. they have introduced this early enough in the game so that people are farmilar with the term and the “duties” of said same. it is a diplomatic way of letting the people know that their vote don’t count, in case they were too dense to get it before now. read somewhere that a “super delegate’s vote is worth 13,000 “people” votes. nice huh?

    just like the oscars, the people that pay to see the movie, are totally not involved with the crowning of the winners.

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