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Fear and Loathing in March

Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen is starting to feel like the longest and most protracted path to the nomination — the one that ends in a floor fight in Denver — will end in disaster for the Democratic Party. He is pitching an idea for a final deciding contest in June: a superdelegate primary. which the 795 party bigwigs would gather to hear one last time from Clinton and Obama before casting a final vote.

Rather than allow the horse-trading and bloodletting go on all summer, he’d get it over with during a two-day business meeting in a neutral, easily reached city like Dallas.

If you have any interest in who wins the nomination — and just by being here, you qualify — you owe it to yourself to read the article.

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