"The media has created the perception that the voters will decide the nomination, and that's the conflict here," Curly Haugland, an unbound GOP[e] delegate from North Dakota, told CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Wednesday. He even questioned why primaries are held.
Republican convention rules member Haugland: "Political parties choose their nominee, not the general public, contrary to popular belief."
CNBC: "Then why bother holding the primaries?"
Haugland: "That's a very good question."
To just think, all this time we keep wasting standing in line at polling places and casting ballots could be spent doing more productive things. Like honing our marksmanship at the firing range. Or stocking up on the rope we'll be needing for properly adorning our nation's trees and lampposts.
The real problem, of course, is the fascistream media letting us inferior mortals believe we have an actual say in our so-called election process. For example, Comrade Bernie's voters are asking themselves, "Yes we can outnumber Her Nib's voters at the polls, but what difference, at this point, does it make with who gets the most delegates?" The media Democrook Party's propaganda arm should be telling them it's the white-privileged patriarchal women-warring-oning top-one-percenting racist bigot homophobe Republican Party that's created a climate of discrimination against them because…reasons. Having Demofascist superdelegates wear capes and fly around vowing to fight such villainous injustice would help too.
It and its best buds forever in the GOP Establishment have already teamed up to tell the Republican front-runner's voters they're nothing but a bunch of backwards bumpkins whose voices don't matter anyway. Who should care what they believe, right? Curly Haugland and his convention-broker accomplices sure don't. He's just being more open about it.
To Establishmentardians like him, how many ballots we cast for THitlerump™ over the next twelve weeks is inconsequential.
Better for us to let them continue believing that. It's clear they're dying to find out firsthand what a true conflict is.