So when are democrats gonna abolish superdelegates?
Think it's funny they talk about democracy and then be like muh party has a right to determine the candidates not the people, abolish closed primaries too
- ndmagicmanLv 74 months ago
DNC changes superdelegate rules in presidential nomination process
- FutureLv 74 months ago
They didn't change the results of the last nomination.
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 74 months ago
LOL! I'm guessing you heard about this on Faux News. BOTH parties have their ways of getting around their voters in primaries. In fact we didn't even HAVE nationwide primaries until like the 1970s.
- 4 months ago
I’m a Democrat, and I agree with you on this one. So can you stop trolling us now? It’s really irritating.
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- NancyLv 64 months ago
Anyone can vote in the Democratic Party's primary, including Republicans. That's why there are super delegates: to prevent the Democratic Party being derailed by a bunch of Republicans or other non-Democrats voting in their primary to sabotage the party by voting for someone who can't win.
By the way, you live in a Republic. You have delegates making decisions for you all the time. That's the very nature of a republic. In fact, being that you seem to detest that so much, maybe you shouldn't be "REPUBLICan."
- MercuriLv 74 months ago
They probably wouldn't do it until it becomes such a PR nightmare that they have to. However I'm glad they changed the rules for superdelegates this time around. It's better than nothing and should at least avoid a repeat of the 2016 sh!tstorm
- 4 months ago
Never, ever, ever, everlong.