posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 06:17 PM
Originally posted by jjf3rd77
I think you read it wrong, I agree with the super delegates that Romney will win. His only minor challenger is Santorum. I didn't need to give you a
"logical rebuttal" for such a stupid statement.
Alrighty, let's talk about those super delegates, then.
For Republicans, in 2012, there are potentially 3 superdelegates in each state, consisting of the state chairman and two RNC committee members.
However, certain states either have no superdelegates or have them but their votes are bound by the results of the state vote.
So, basically, the super-delegates are the people representing the GOP establishment. So these people, representing, and a part of, the same GOP
that's been pushing Romney on the Republican base since the beginning, are still supporting him, and saying he's winning, even with evidence to the
contrary (if you're going by his ability to win a majority, and not just plurality, that is).
Well, of course they're going to say that Romney's winning, because they're a part of the same GOP establishment that's wanted him since the
beginning. To think that this changes anything someone would have to think that the GOP hasn't been pushing Romney to begin with. IMHO, the title
of the thread should be "Super Delegates: The GOP still wants Romney nomination!"