Diana Williams has the story
Death By Taxes: I would like to point a couple of things out. The DNC clearly was collaborating with the H.C. campaign, either directly or indirectly. If you add in the "superdelegates" its pretty obvious at that point. So the DNC attempted to steer the primary election, and undermine voters. So in otherwords the DNC operates not a reflection of the wishes of voters but as a private organization that has its own agenda that may or may not line up with voter preferences. NOW lets compare that to the RNC - no super delegates - a pledge by all candidates at the beginning to support the eventual nominee - candidates dropped out as the primary progressed to "get out of the way" and "submit to the will of voters" - a complete outsider- Donald Trump was chosen SETTING ASIDE THE POLITICAL VIEWS OF EACH PARTY- WHICH OF THE TWO PARTIES RESPECTS ITS VOTING BASE MORE??? a pretty obvious answer. You may not agree with the positions of the RNC, but at least they don't treat their voting base like sheep that are to be steered in the direction that party officials at the top would like.