And to claim a "win" based on a system like that is not people-powered politics.
The Obama campaign claimed a win based on the fact they got 3 more delegates than Clinton. Don't you think that is a logical basis to make such a claim? The system may be flawed but it was not created by the Obama campaign.
...but the deeper problem for Obama is that the number of those Obamacan voters is not that enough to flip any of those red states either.
You mean like Colorado, Iowa, Nevada and North Dakota? The SUSA national poll shows shows Obama beating McCain in these states and Clinton losing. Other states Obama wins and Clinton loses are New Hampshire, Oregon and Washington.
I don't pretend to know how we get from "the math" to the final outcome...
There is no way to get around the math. Obama will be up 100+ pledged delegates when all contests are finished. Do you really thing the SD will overturn the will of the people? Not gonna happen. They are not that dumb.