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buffdad

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Yes or no


Hillary has had just about half of them pledged to her from the first.. 350 out of 700 or so total. But as was pointed out, they are not bound to vote for Hillary, they are all "free" to vote at the convention as... what? The purpose of them is to have a swing vote to nominate somebody when it is close, to nominate "the chosen" person based on their electability

My guess is that the core of the Dem "establishment" will ALWAYS see Hillary more electable than the "socialist"

So Bernie, in my opinion, has to win big before the convention, so there is no doubt

I hope I am wrong. Current polls show that Bernie would beat any GOP by an amount significantly greater than hillary, we will see if that matters

(In response to this post by Ralphie Bruber)

Posted: 02/10/2016 at 8:44PM



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What's the deal? -- buffaloaded 02/10/2016 4:10PM
  Maybe it is that minorities have more common sense -- cswilliam 02/11/2016 02:36AM
  Re: "reluctant congress" What makes you think ... -- BarkingDogBuff 02/11/2016 09:38AM
  I hate to be one of those that thinks in terms -- buffdad 02/10/2016 6:51PM
  Buffdad, good info--but to an entirely different issue. -- buffaloaded 02/10/2016 9:46PM
  Sorry, I see it as a simple answer -- buffdad 02/10/2016 11:41PM
  I think it's partly a culture issue -- Stampy 02/10/2016 9:57PM
  Re: I think it's partly a culture issue -- A Fan 02/11/2016 08:59AM
  Super delegates could screw this whole thing up.. -- Ralphie Bruber 02/10/2016 8:09PM
  Yes or no -- buffdad 02/10/2016 8:44PM
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