Who will have the final say? - HeadCount

With the PA primary coming to a frustrating end, I am wondering what the end will be, but, more importantly, who is REALLY going to decide this election: popular vote, or the super delegates??

It pains me to think that we may have another upset, but the sad truth is that congress can highjack our election. This smacks of a greater problem which needs to be addressed; many voters are going to feel disenfranchised if popular vote doesn't win out (again). The last 8 years have been a trying time, and whether or not you support Hillary or Obama, (or McCain?), I think that there is a general consenus of what needs to happen in the county--some kind of change! It is hard for me to imagine that the super delegates would choose someone who doesn't hold popular vote, but the thought scares me nonetheless.

Then there is the issue of the race itself. I think that the PA primary has left me more frustrated than anything else, but the worry set in yesterday as well. The Democratic Convention isn't until August! If we let this whole democratic nominee election go until then, then we only leave 4 weeks until the first debate with McCain, which is a bad idea. We will also lose valuable campaign time, ie- the entire summer! I look at the candidates, and I see an increasingly bitter woman who is dragging out the race in an effort to salvage her own ego. I am a little disgusted with the behavior of someone who has presented herself with such poise in the past. In fact, I began this whole run as a Hillary Clinton supporter....but her behavior became so erractic-- nay, desperate-- that I began to wonder. And it took me only a few weeks to jump the fence after hearing the fervor and passion that Barack Obama spoke with. It's not that I am without compassion. I mean, Hillary thought that this would be her year. She has been waiting for her golden moment in the sun, and now it is seemingly snatched from under her--by a younger, swifter, more able opponent, and she never saw it coming! Oh, and let's not forget, she is using a take-off from the Obama campaign stating yesterday in a "victory" speech "Yes, we will!" Tasteless, at best...

I certainly don't have the answers...only opinions, but I really feel that all of this is dividing the party and making for a horrible start. If Hillary really cared perhaps she would (at the very least) stop the attacks on Obama so that, either way, the party will back the winning candidate....

 I really think it is time for her to throw in the towel.