In late December Governor Strickland said the Democratic caucus process was “hugely undemocratic” because it “excludes so many people.”
With the Iowa caucuses only days away, the Clinton campaign immediately responded saying that Hillary and Strickland “strongly disagree” on the issue of caucus voting and that “the process must be protected.”
That was then.
Today in an interview on Cleveland radio she said: “We’ve got to change the way we nominate presidents for a lot of reasons. I personally believe these caucuses are terribly unrepresentative.”
A few months ago, when she had all the money and the momentum, the process needed to be protected.
Now that it looks like she’s going to lose, the process needs to be changed.
It looks like Ted was right. Well, at least about the caucuses.
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