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originally posted by: butcherguy
a reply to: AlaskanDad
Could this be a signal that HRC's email problems are turning into serious legal trouble?
Interesting point to ponder.
Pelosi may have insider knowledge of what's coming up in Hillary's future, so she isn't afraid of what she knows is a dead duck.
Why not position herself to be a Bernie man ahead of the news? Or at least make herself look like she wasn't in the tank for Hillary too.
I have never considered donating before Sen Sanders, the American people should donate to our politicians, not corporate lobbyists.
I don't see how anyone can say this with a straight face.
Delegates needed for nomination:
2383 Total number of delegates:
4765 Number of super delegates:
717 Uncommitted super delegates:
235 Do the math.
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: MrSpad
According to WIKI.
They are entirely different animals.
At least in name, superdelegates are not involved in the Republican Party nomination process. There are delegates to the Republican National Convention that are seated automatically, but they are limited to three per state, consisting of the state chairsperson and two district-level committee members. Republican Party superdelegates are obliged to vote for their state's popular vote winner under the rules of the party branch to which they belong.
The Lefts system is totally rigged as per the ops criticism's.