Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Political Question of the Day

Do superdelegates get to wear capes?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Only when they are being Superdelegates but not when they are being their alter egos. And even then, I think their costume is defined at the state level.
~BPP

=) said...

Capes are mandatory.

Unfortunately pants are not.

bookfraud said...

they can wear capes, but they can also wear those stupid hats as well.

M@ said...

I think they should have to wear clown suits.

Meh said...

Only if they get to zoom around like Al Gore in the Imaginationland Episode III of South Park. I'd link to the jpg, but honestly, I have no idea how HTML works.

The First Domino said...

Disguised as Clark Kents,
Daily Planet's ace reporters,
Capes are optional for superdelegates, but they become mandatory if they decide to
leap tall buildings in a single bound, or flex their muscles to elect the party's next presidential nominee.

But, if it's done this time around, they could face the wrath of Lex Luthers, or the deadly power of the hidden kryptonite stored away in a chest of lead to be brought out for occasions such as these.

Pamela said...

I think SAID nailed it.