posted on May, 14 2016 @ 06:11 PM
a reply to:Muse7:
As per The Hill Magazine, Ralph Nader says Hillery Clinton is about to win the Democratic Party nomination "by dictatorship."
Nader's theory is based on the nature of an unbound super delegate, and the sheer number of them Clinton amassed in her race against
A super delegate is actually more like a crony delegate and their only real motivation is to stick with their benefactor, i.e. Clinton.
She had the money and the power as well as influence to court them, buy them, and then make them exclusively hers in return for favors, position, and,
of course, cash.
While I can't argue with Nader's views concerning Hillery who has thrived on crony capitalism, scandal, and corruption, Nader forgets
that in terms of hard votes, Hillery has decisively beaten Sanders despite the number of primaries the Bern has won. That is where Nader's conclusion
that Hillery will win the nomination simply by dictatorial cronyism breaks down. The super delegates were only an insurance policy for Hillery should
Sanders get the best of her with the actual voters.
As it turns out, whether Nader likes Clinton or not, she only needs to make a halfway decent showing in the New Jersey primary to
mathematically clinch the nomination.
And a good thing, too, because the last thing we need is a national election featuring The Fascist, Trump v The Socialist,
Worse still is the fact that Nader also said Trump has done some good things. That so?