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Superdelegates

Many citizens ask: “What exactly are the superdelegates?” Believe it or not, they were originally ordinary delegates, until they were exposed to cosmic rays cosmic rays, charged particles moving at nearly the speed of light reaching the earth from outer space. Primary cosmic rays consist mostly of protons (nuclei of hydrogen atoms), some alpha particles (helium nuclei), and lesser amounts of nuclei of carbon, nitrogen, , or in some cases bitten by a radioactive wasp, which gave them unusual powers. Some can run at super speed; others breathe underwater. Certain mutant superdelegates burst into flame at will. The entire delegation from Rhode Island Rhode Island, island, United States
Rhode Island, island, 15 mi (24 km) long and 5 mi (8 km) wide, S R.I., at the entrance to Narragansett Bay. It is the largest island in the state, with steep cliffs and excellent beaches.
, for example, can walk through walls. Three of the superdelegates from Hawaii can control wind currents. And Ted Kennedy For other persons named Ted Kennedy, see Ted Kennedy (disambiguation).
Edward Moore "Ted" Kennedy (born February 22, 1932) is the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts and a member of the Democratic Party.
 can shrink to the size of an atom.

Hopefully these superdelegates will remember that “with great power comes great Democratic responsibility”!



How Barack Obama Will Win the Presidential Election

John McCain For McCain's grandfather and father, see John S. McCain, Sr. and John S. McCain, Jr., respectively
John Sidney McCain III (born August 29, 1936 in Panama Canal Zone) is an American politician, war veteran, and currently the Republican Senior U.S. Senator from Arizona.
 seems difficult to beat. He’s charming, outspoken, a war hero—and white. But he has one fatal flaw, like Oedipus, hero of the Sophocles tragedy. Perhaps you have read of his shortcoming short·com·ing  
n.
A deficiency; a flaw.


shortcoming
Noun

a fault or weakness

Noun 1.
, in news articles.

Anyway, here’s what will happen. At the first presidential debate, Senator Obama and Senator McCain will shake hands. A moment later, McCain will realize that his opponent has slipped him a penny—but not just any penny. This coin will date from 1913.

Now, John McCain is superstitious. He knows that 13 is an extremely dangerous Exteremely Dangerous is a 1999 four part series for ITV starring Sean Bean as an ex-MI5 undercover agent convicted of the brutal murder of his wife and child who goes on the run to try and clear his name. He sets out to follow up a strange clue sent to him in prison.  number. Right there, on nationwide TV, the Republican candidate for president will begin to sweat, and quake with fear.

Barack Obama will win the election.
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Date:Mar 4, 2008
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