Abracadabra — now votes are important in primary

I have to admit, Hillary Clinton and her minions continue to come up with new ways to confuse the public. A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away (December of 2007), Democrats were told that in order to win the Democratic nomination you needed to amass over 2000 delegates. Now, New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine and Pennsylvania Representative Jack Murtha, both Hillary supporters, who have talked about winning the popular vote. We’ve all heard it before, if Hillary wins the popular vote, then super delegates like sheep should migrate to her.

How are you going to add up the popular vote? In places like Iowa and Nevada which had caucuses, how do you figure out the popular vote? Remember, if your candidate did not get 15% of the vote that you had to choose another candidate. So, how is this going to work? since the standard has been delegates for the last 40 years or more, why are we trying to figure out the popular vote?

Just to continue this absurd note, how would you include or exclude Florida and Michigan? It seems that the only fair thing to do would be to exclude both of them. At the end of the day, what you accomplished?

If we Democrats want the candidate with the most popular vote than caucuses must go. Also, we need to change the rules at the convention not as the contest is going on.