Clinton vs. Sanders: Sanders’s Faulty Superdelegate Logic

Clinton Perplexed Sanders’s Superdelegate Logic

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Clinton vs Sanders

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At least seek it with a smile and not a frown. Enjoy the day as a child would. Have you seen how children can have so much fun with so little and how when they grow up they can’t even have half the fun despite having 10 times more?  We seek things that we are not even sure we need; the seeds were incepted starting from your first trip to the brainwashing centre (otherwise known as school), and if allowed to grow, these fears turn into gigantic monsters.

For example, each year, the experts keep stating a person needs more and more money to retire; here is the sad fact, by the time the average person retires, he/she will be a living zombie. Free thought will be a thing of the past; worse yet, you work until you are 65, but the average life expectancy in the USA is 78.6 years. Early Retirement Is A Con: Focus on Happy Retirement

Shortly before she was declared the Democrats’ presumptive nominee by the Associated Press Monday night, Hillary Clinton said she was “perplexed” about challenger Bernie Sanders’s mission to persuade superdelegates to support his campaign.

“He basically seems to be suggesting that superdelegates should overturn the will of the people. That is just hard for me to understand. It’s never happened before. It’s not going to happen this time,” Clinton said during an interview with MSNBC that aired Monday night.

“The sooner we unify and make our case against Donald Trump, the better off the Democratic Party will be,” she added, referring to her likely opponent in the general election.

On the eve of the final six state contests of the 2016 primary season, the AP named the former secretary of state as the Democrats’ presumptive nominee, citing her weekend Puerto Rico primary win and a burst of last-minute support from superdelegates. This reported delegate count now makes her the first woman to capture the presidential nomination of one of the country’s major political parties.

Shortly after the AP published its report, Clinton responded by saying she was “flattered” that she had secured the required minimum of 2,383 delegates, but said she remains focused on winning Tuesday’s voting contests, most notably in delegate-rich California and New Jersey. She has spent much of the past several weeks pushing aside Sanders while simultaneously making verbal jabs at Trump. Full Story

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