What is going on in the democratic primaries? A federal prisoner from Texas garnered a sizeable amount of the vote in West Virginia and has a delegate at the convention. Now, a Tennessee lawyer is running in Arkansas and could possibly defeat the Anointed One:
In an interview with THE WEEKLY STANDARD, Wolfe said the poll results were “unbelievable” and said a defeat for Obama in the Arkansas primary would be “politically cataclysmic.”
“It says the momentum is good,” Wolfe said about the poll. “This is democracy in action."
Wolfe predicted that the voters would move his way in the final days before the May 22 primary, despite his shoestring campaign budget. “There’s not been a single TV ad. There’s not been a single radio ad,” he said.
Wolfe is also competing against Obama in Texas’s May 29 primary.
Can you imagine if Mr. Wolfe wins both Arkansas and Texas? That feat alone should ensure a spot at the Democratic National Convention. I would DVR that speech. Maybe we can also get a video feed from federal inmate #11593-051, also known as Keith Russell Judd. Now that would be a convention for the ages.