I've never been that involved in politics until this very election. And when I went to cnn.com on Super Tuesday to check how the candidates were doing, I noticed the "Super Delegates" count on the democratic side. When I found out what this was, I was rather angry. It just seems criminal. Members of each state legislature get as much of a vote as a whole precinct? Someone explain to me how this is right. All I know is that Obama has been ahead in (real) delegates since super Tuesday, and his lead is growing. But Hillary is still winning by nearly 100 delegates because of the Super Delegates. I shudder to think about Obama winning the popular democratic vote but due to the Super Delegates, Hillary becomes the Democratic candidate on the ballot. The people will not feel well represented at all... I'm an Obama supporter if you didn't catch that Maybe some of you that know more about politics could shed some light on this. Discuss?