The saddest part about your comments are that you seem oblivious that you are quite biased yourself (who isn't?). I know I'm biased, because unlike most Hillary supporters I actually like my candidate of choice rather than simply thinking she's just better than the potential boogeyman Trump. You basically walked away from the conversation in the other thread about presidential candidates after asking for sources, which you were given, of her rather poor record as well and couldn't be bothered. --- Anyhow, the results were better than expected for Sanders in those states. She performed better in states she WILL NOT WIN in the general. This Super Tuesday BTW is vastly different than 2008 and for one huge reason: Super Tuesday 2008 had 23 State Primaries Super Tuesday 2016 had 11 State Primaries We aren't even at half-time yet so lets stop calling it like the South is some beacon of progressive liberalism (the majority of states who have already voted). I'm not implying he's absolutely going to win, but you in fact are making the counter claim and at this point you sound like a very typical Hillary Supporter who's kept their ears a bit too close to CNN. --- As for the second comment, I don't think you really read mine honestly. I said when you put any roadblock on voting at all people can't be bothered and that many voters are apathetic. That includes registration, time of day, method of voting, having to wait in line, taking off work, requiring party affiliations, having transportation to get to a voting station, and more importantly feeling like you have a reason to vote in the first place. Early voting is, but only one solution and it isn't that great considering it's still strictly during business hours and is only more complicated if you happen to not live near where you work, making you out of district for the most easily accessibly voting stations. During primaries many states also require you be registered for their party which excludes a huge chunk of our population that do not directly identify with either party, even if they may vote for them in the generals due to lack of other choices. The world you live in though seems so black and white. We can improve the mechanism of voting while also removing peoples apathy towards the system, but indeed levels of apathetic voters will go unchanged if Hillary is the nomination since she is the epitome of status quo.