The Democrats' Super DisasterThe Wall St. Journal (2008)
AbstractThe Democratic Party's grant of primary voting rights to superdelegates, many of them members of Congress, undermines the independence of the Presidency. The Framers believed that letting Congress choose the president was a dreadful idea. Without direct election by the people, the Framers said that the executive would lose its independence and vigor and become a mere servant of the legislature.
- Presidential selection,
- Super delegates
Publication DateMarch 24, 2008
Citation InformationJohn C Yoo. "The Democrats' Super Disaster" The Wall St. Journal (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/johnyoo/21/