Getting rid of most of the super-delegates is a good start... but can this nation really endure 4 years of the Clinton DLC agenda or that of a clueless fascist like Trump?
It's interesting that Sander's speech is being aired on FOX!
I guess the right wing network finds no threat in his words since he's no longer a contender for the throne. That belongs to those in the box office seats... like just about everything else in this country thanks to the deregulation schemes and scams that gave the very rich EVERY advantage along with the capacity to change, invert, distort, or break laws with impunity, and push all wealth to the top of the pyramid where they alone reside.
Glad to hear Sanders oppose the TPP.
He is closer to the halls of power than people in the street are; and he knows--firsthand (as does Nader) just how thick, deep, and comprehensive the impediments to any 3rd party candidate's run go.
Apart from the super-delegate item, this idea of "the most Progressive platform in the Democratic Party's history" doesn't fit. Not when Hillary and Kaine are for TPP and continued wars.
In any case, I think Sanders felt forced into this corner and the ONE concession is that he has the major platform now--in speeches like this--to make key issues known by millions of viewers-voters-citizens.