It really does, IMHO. A month ago, it was reported that the DemoRat Party had lost 40% of its membership in Washington state. Last night, I heard that Minnesotans will have 40% of DemoRatsplus "Independents"voting in the Republican Primary!
Our selection processalready experiencing casualties through the Left's death threatsis being torpedoed. :(
Yes, on Huff. Post, they are calling for dems to vote in the Az and Michigan primaries for Rick. Operation Chaos, as they have the title. They are obsessed about his religious views. (before anyone flames me, go read it for yourselves)
“Our selection processalready experiencing casualties through the Left’s death threatsis being torpedoed.”
You are absolutely right.
Besides the whole system of the primaries is corrupted by money and influence on opinion rich peddlers.
It is too late for changing it. The RINO GOP establishment has already chosen at your place, and they chose a loser.
For the voice of the people to have an impact in the nomination, the system must be fundamentally changed once and for all.
Only a two stage primary election on national scale can do it. Let me explain:
1) First step: after a series of debates between the Republican candidates, the primaries take place the SAME day in all the states. Only the top two contenders, obtaining the more number of votes nationally, qualify for the second Republican nominee step.
2) The two candidates participate in a series of debates, WITHOUT moderator. The second step of Republican nominee election take place one or two months later, allowing the two top candidates to make their case across the country.
The candidate who obtains more than 50% of votes is nominated as the Republican candidate in the national presidenial election.