Comments:Super Tuesday 2012: President Obama loses a delegate to Randall Terry

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Comments from feedback form - "Jesus Christ, that's not newsw..."215:39, 10 March 2012

Comments from feedback form - "Jesus Christ, that's not newsw..."

Jesus Christ, that's not newsworthy. Give me a friggin' break

50.53.58.108 (talk)06:21, 10 March 2012

I would beg to differ. It's not terribly often that an "above the fray" challenger to an incumbent President is able to prevent the President from being re-nominated unanimously, especially someone in a position likewise to that of Randall Terry, who holds views outside his party's precedent on a significant issue. While it's unlikely to spark a significant shift in his party's sentiment on abortion, it's an interesting read to those like myself who follow the presidential election.

Tyrol5 (talk)14:44, 10 March 2012
 

By-and-large this may not be of interest to you, however more information on how US elections work is of-interest worldwide. Not to mention, although only in a single state, seeing a challenger to the incumbent take 18% of the vote in the electoral college system.

77.100.209.249 (talk)15:39, 10 March 2012