I am upset with the DNC about this issue. They needed to show some leadership but instead handed the nomination and four bonus delegates to Obama. In my opinion, he is not a valid nominee. He was not elected by the people but chosen by the party and the stupid superdelegate system and bogus caucuses. A popular vote, all I want is a popular vote.
I have news for you, no matter what the outcome of Florida and Michigan was going to be neither Obama or Clinton had enough pledged delegates to get the nomination. It was bound to come down to super delegates one way or another. I think the idea of super delegates is idiotic but those were the accepted rules prior to the primary race starting and have been for many, many years.
As for the caucuses, they are based on popular vote for the most part. Yes they're a little confusing but it is essentially a popular vote. And the whole caucus thing is a state issue. If your state has caucuses instead of primaries you need to find a way to convince your state leadership to change to a primary secret ballot system.
How about when he called a reporter "sweety"? I think that's sexist. I believe his campaign had an organized effort to use sexist attacks against Hillary. He is responsible what comes out of his campaign even if it doesn't come out of his mouth.
I think calling a reporter "sweety" was an idiotic move but it doesn't make him sexist. And I don't recall his campaign ever making sexist attacks on Hillary during the primary, but then I wasn't in every state so I didn't read, hear or see all of his campaign adds. I live in WV so I only saw a couple of adds of his and they weren't sexist in any way shape or form.