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What is the likelihood of the Democratic Party imploding if Hillary Clinton is nominated?


With Bernie Sanders clearly gaining popularity among party voters, would the nomination of Clinton split the party?

 

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Best Answer CJ Kelly (lions44) says

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    Yes Dear (lovemychris) 14 months ago

    Hillary got more votes than Trump. Media fawns all over Trump and Sanders. When do any of them admit a woman is beating them all?

    I'll be waiting.


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    Hxprof 14 months ago

    The Super Delegates backing Clinton have suppressed representation of the large voter turnout in favor of Sanders. I see trouble ahead when the millennials realize that Sanders was screwed. They might be willing to jump ship with him.


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    Hxprof 14 months ago

    That's partly where I was going with this. The Super Delegate arrangement tilts the table so heavily in her favor that Sanders doesn't stand a chance. Make these delegates like any other, and Sanders might be neck and neck with Clinton.


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    CJ Kelly (lions44) 14 months ago

    Leslie, I believe Sanders represents the beliefs of the average Democrat much more than HRC does. In fact, I think her core "values" are the same as his. But can't get elected that way. Just reality. Sanders is just honest about it.


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    Yes Dear (lovemychris) 14 months ago

    Actually, she's the Democratic one. Kucinich would be more like the anti establishment. Or Cynthia McKinney. Or Mike Gravel. Sanders was Indie until this election. That makes him a sand bagger.