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Seth needs to understand something: the DNC has already called this race. They called it in favor of #CorruptClinton before the first vote was cast. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, the head of the DNC, is a big #CorruptClinton supporter, and no paragon of integrity herself. Harry Reid (sp?) has also done his share to rig conventions. That’s part of the problem.

The Superdelegates were set up after McGovern lost the presidential election that he ran in, but they would never have been enough. In a time when every political scandal is called [insert stupid buzzword here]gate, no one seems to remember that Watergate was when Republicans (REMEMBER THIS THIS TIME!) broke into Democratic Headquarters, stole candidates’ information and used it to handpick the guy they wanted to run against Nixon and sabotage the campaigns of the other candidates. Superdelegates were wrong from their very start. Left for future reference will be the discussion of Republicans’ criminal values.

We’re stuck with Superdelegates, and they just might be what determines the outcome of this year’s presidential primary Just goes to show how badly broken the current system is.

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