Not so super scenario revisited
OK, here's the hypothetical (though likely) scenario:
The fierce and hard fought battle between Obama and Clinton continues until just prior to the convention.
Obama emerges with more of the popular vote in the primaries and caucuses, has more pledged regular delegates, and has won many more states than Clinton.
But due in large part to her and Bill's development of relationships with party pros and establishment types, nurtured over decades of campaigns and two presidential terms, they're able to call in debts, favors, or otherwise wheel and deal and bring in many more establishment party pooh-bahs and elected officials, otherwise known as superdelegates, and due to this factor alone, Clinton is named the Democratic nominee to face McCain.
What would you feel like?
Would you accept the process? Or feel it was very unfair?
Would it help or hurt your enthusiasm for supporting Clinton?
How would you react?
What would be the effect on the general election which, after all, would at this point be looming only a few short weeks away?