DECIDEDLY UNDECIDED

I am an undecided voter.  But you know what?  By the time I get to vote in my primary, there won’t be anything to decide.  My decision will be pretty much made for me.  And my primary in California is on Super Tuesday!  Imagine how much say you’ll have if you live in Montana or South Dakota.  Their primaries are on June 3. 

Already candidates have dropped out of the race.  More may follow suit after the New Hampshire primary or at least they will be announced as unviable candidates by the political pundits.  So suppose I happen to like Joe Biden or Bill Richardson?  Too bad on me.

So caucusers and voters in Iowa and New Hampshire are making the decision for me.  And I have a problem with a system that allows small states with monolithic populations and religious fundamentalists to choose a candidate in my stead.