Keep feeding us your propaganda on how the popular vote and the DNC decision doesn't matter if you must. We will continue to express HOW IMPORTANT THEY ARE, so that the superdelegates will have "food for thought" when they should decide this nomination. Your thoughts are very misleading in that you argue that none of Hillary's talking points will matter to the superdelegates. Is this just your belief, or do you know that for a fact? Oh yes, the "all and powerful Oz" knows everything!
We don't count caucuses they are undemocratic and a complete joke. They need to be done away with, if the Democrats know what is good for them in the next cycle. What will poor Obama do without Caucus elections if he should get the nomination?
There is no clear way to count caucus votes, they are a joke. As far as Michigan is concerned, Obama shouldn't get any delegates, he voluntarily removed his name from the ballot. His decision! Superdelegates are not basing their decisions solely on some delegate math figures, and are free to change their minds at any time. That is why the majority of them are sitting on the fence and weighing in on many factors, including popular vote and who is best suited to beat McCain. If you think they are basing their decision solely on delegate count you are sorely mistaken.
Yes your correct on that assertion, but she is not backing down at all on having them all seated according to the primary results. Since their is going to be a "media circus" tommorrow in Washington, it will be interesting to see what happens.