Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Rethinking Law School

After reading this explanation on the Texas Democratic Primary/Caucus, I've begun to think that if I can't understand this, maybe I'm not cut out for law school.

So Democrats can vote twice in Texas? And, if you are one of the super-delegates residing in Texas, you can vote 3 times (with the 3rd super-delegate vote weighted much more).

Makes perfect sense.

2 comments:

inkslwc said...

Yeah, the Texas Democrats do things a pretty weird way down there (then again, the whole Democratic primary system is WAY more complicated than the Republicans').

Fortune said...

I understand but maybe its because I work within the political machine. I'm used to redundancy.