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    Superdelegate for sale; Hillary plays the white card

    Superdelegate for sale; Hillary plays the white card
    By Michelle Malkin • May 8, 2008 10:32 AM

    Two quick items:

    1) A Democrat superdelegate wants $20 million for his vote–which he then pledges to fork over to Democrat Hispandering efforts to register Mexican-American voters.

    Question: How did this guy become a superdelegate? What qualifications did he have to meet?

    In this tight battle for the democratic nomination we’ve heard a lot about the candidates courting super-delegates.

    But one superdelegate is courting the candidates. He says he’ll sell his vote for a price. A very high price: $20 million.

    Sacramento superdelegate Steven Ybarra says that eight-figure price is peanuts for the presidency. When asked whether it was right to offer what is clearly a quid pro quo? “Yeah, absolutely. People do it all the time,

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    A superdelegate selling his vote to the highest bidder

    Isn't this illegal?
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    Isn't this illegal
    The money from the sale is to "register more Hispanic voters" It doesn't have to be legal for that.

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    Mexican corruption is alive and well in the US!!! I don't think we will ever have an honest election again.

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    I believe the basic practice in question here is illegal.
    (direct payment for a vote - in a quid-pro-quo fashion - is illegal).

    It should be investigated by the FEC.
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