I'm kind of curious how Democratic voters feel about the Democratic Party's current system of delegate assignment, given that Bernie Sanders won a decisive victory over Hillary Clinton, yet Hillary Clinton actually won more delegates from New Hampshire than Bernie Sanders did. That seems awfully corrupt to me.
It's pretty stupid. But an establishment vote negating the popular vote would be a trainwreck for PR. I think that, were it to happen, would kill the Hillary campaign, especially given the focal point of the Sanders campaign being anti-establishment.
Right now, I think the superdelegates are putting a lean to Hillary not only because it's who they want to vote for, but also in hopes discouraging a Sanders vote (giving an illusion of impossibility). That said, the more Sanders wins, the more they'l hopefully be forced to begrudgingly switch sides, unless they're so opposed to Sanders that they'll take a Republican over him. Because I don't think people will vote Clinton if she's nominated through a voter negation, and I doubt they believe people will either.
I was reading a article that said Sanders supporters shouldn't worry about the super delegate numbers for Clinton for those very reasons. If Sanders win the popular vote, and the super delegates cause Hillary to win the nomination anyway it would cause a huge split in a party, possibly a riot at the convention, and would almost promise a loss in the general election. And I doubt they would let that happen just to spite Sanders.
At least I hope not. I mean it wouldn't even be just this election, I think it would hurt the party for quite a few election cycles.
I agree. Years ago, in spite of their dumb rule, I made a bunch of phoney threads about future episodes in the Bleach folder because the helper at the time locked my current episode thread. Holy cow, I'd never seen so many people get their panties all twisted up for no good reason, and never have since.
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