Thanks superdelegates

I don't mean to put all the blame on you, 210 uncommitted superdelegates, but you're at least partially responsible for Hillary Clinton's terribly unfortunate remarks yesterday.

“My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won the California primary somewhere in the middle of June, right?” she said. “We all remember Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California.”

Sure, they came out of Hillary's mouth, and she looked absolutely drained when she made her apology Friday night, in what looked like a corner convenience store. But you supers created the opportunity for this by sitting on your hands and not committing one way or the other.

Had we just gotten commitments from everyone, there wouldn't be any question of who had the numbers on their side, and it would be much easier to tell Hillary that it's over. But no, you've left everything in limbo because you're afraid of pissing someone off.

Get over yourselves. We elected you (at least the congresspeople that get the vote) to make tough decisions. Get off your ass and take a side. Make this end. Because every day you sit around and do nothing, you increase the amount of blame you're going to shoulder if this ends up going bad in November.

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