Putting the "Super" back into super delegates

Cartoon satire "White House Rocks" brings clarity, along with a campy 70's theme, to the super delegate issue.
One critical issue of this election season centers on the idea that in a democracy, there is some kind of agreement between the People and the Government, an agreement to which both parties are accountable. The American Government hasn’t been very accountable to its People (or objective reality, for that matter) ever since the democratic process was hijacked in 2000 from voters Florida at the expense of voters everywhere.

Now, Democratic super delegates are positioned to hijack the democratic process from their own party. In response, Agit-Pop Communications has launched the first in what will hopefully be a series of hip and fact-dense videos on the super delegate problem.