How To Throw Out A Primary in Two Simple Steps:
A Guide for Politburos, Good Ole Boys, and the Men and Women Who Love Them.
Step 1. If the winner of your democratic primary isn't the winner you'd prefer, all you need do is to claim that the primary outcome is http://www.tennessean.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080914/NEWS0206/809140400&s=d&page=4#pluckcomments">"incurably uncertain," or otherwise tainted. To do this, you need only invoke the possibility of GOP shenanigans and/or claim that a http://blog.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2008/03/19/obama_lawyer_questions_wisdom.html">revote to correct for alleged shenanigans would be tainted -- no actual evidence required and you wouldn't want those pesky voters making the same mistake again!
Step 2. Meet and http://www.nashvillepost.com/news/2008/9/17/dems_pick_barnes_for_district_22_seat">'vote' for your preferred winner. Your new winner can be declared even if http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2008/06/obamas_pyrrhic_michigan_victor.html">his name wasn't on the ballot.
A note to the wise: These techniques have been proven effective on women only.
Note: A good summary of the backstory regarding what was done to Kurita, including the allegations that were tossed around, as well a great run down of the tn blogosphere's response can be found http://www.tennviews.com/node/3882">here.