"Hillary Clinton has gotten 17,652,848 votes, compared to Barack Obama's 17,600,517. Which means she has become the most popular vote-getter ever in the Democratic Party process. Today's win in Puerto Rico is expected to add at least 100,000 more votes to the total."
She wins in a real democracy.
"Obama's unfavorable rating at 53%:
53% of voters have an unfavorable view of
Obama, while 45% like him."
"Lost in the excitement of Barack Obama's coronation this week was an inconvenient fact of Tuesday's results: Hillary Clinton netted approximately 150,000 votes and is now poised to finish the primary season as the popular-vote leader. In some quaint circles, presumably, these things still matter. But, alas, her fate may be the same as Al Gore's in 2000."
Yes, this process is a joke but after the overreaction of the Obama pundits on the Kennedy comment, I think there is an opening to bring the fight to the convention.
"In a statement, Kennedy Jr. said: "It is clear from the context that Hillary was invoking a familiar political circumstance in order to support her decision to stay in the race through June. I have heard her make this reference before, also citing her husband's 1992 race, both of which were hard fought through June. I understand how highly charged the atmosphere is, but I think it is a mistake for people to take offense."