In 2008, the 34 primaries [excluding MI & FL] have produced an average .8 percent vote-difference between Obama and Clinton. By contrast, the 13 caucuses have had a 28 percent vote-spread.
.... 35 Primaries with 33.8 million voters have Clinton leading in both votes and delegates.Caucuses with 1.1 million voters gave Obama 300,000 more votes and 193 more delegates.These caucuses have had a strong disproportionate effect on the Democratic race and have determined Obama's position as the practically inevitable nominee.
....After 47 state elections to date, Obama leads Clinton by 152 pledged delegates. 97% of the difference – 148 delegates – is directly attributable to lopsided victories in caucus contests.Though voters in all 13 caucus states have cast only 3.2% of the total 33.5 million votes so far – those votes control 15.3% of the pledged delegates and 16.4% of the Super delegates sent to the DNC Convention – average 15.5% of the total delegates [626 caucus / 4047 total].
- FACT: OBAMA DOESN'T EVEN REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF THE DEMOCRAT PARTY.
- OBAMA WILL NOT WIN AS MANY INDEPENDENTS OR REPUBLICANS AS MCCAIN WILL WIN INDEPENDENTS AND DEMOCRATS.
- THEREFORE: OBAMA WILL LOSE IN THE FALL BY A HUGE AMOUNT.
UPDATE: BAEHR AT THE AMERICAN THINKER AGREES - READ HIS THOUGHTFUL ESSAY - NOW.