Hillary Clinton has been saying lately that McCain represents more of the same but so does she!!!! If Democrats and Americans honestly want change, care about electability and really want to win the White House back then Obama is your only choice.
And doing what she is good at doing, whining, Hillary is complaining about the caucus system and no wonder--her campaign is terrible at canvasing and retail politics. She has a major disadvantage to Obama when it comes to the ground game. That is telling sign to me of how motivated Hillary backers are versus Obama backers.
I agree that the caucus system is flawed and I do prefer primaries but now is not the time to bitch about it like she is doing. She has to deal with it right now and whining isn't going to get it done. Or maybe it will since many seemed to be moved to vote for her in New Hampshire because of getting a little teary eyed. It's ridiculous to that some Americans are voting for a president based on how easily they cry!! Hillary wouldn't be whining about the process if she was the one better at winning caucuses.
The time to talk about reforming our political selection process is later.
The most critical problem facing the party right now is the super delegate issue. This is because although the caucus system is flawed, at least it is still the voters who decide. These super delegates should not be the one's deciding the Democratic nominee (should it come down to that) because they are party insiders, party hacks. It would be disastrous. It would ironically be the equivalent of the Florida debacle but within the Democratic party that is the party who got the short end of the stick in 2000. How sad would it be if half the Democratic party were to be disenfranchised by a super delegate decided campaign.
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