Don't you love watching as California and all the East coast liberal states decide exactly which Republican nominee they'll vote against in November? Who I wonder was it that decided that it would be a good idea to count New York and California so prominently in the Republican primaries? California hasn't voted Republican in 28 years, yet somehow they have an outsized delegate count of 172. The chances of California electing Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, or John Kasich as President of the United States are approximately 1 in ... infinity. The state of New York hasn't voted for the Republican nominee in 32 years, yet amazingly they have 93 Republican delegates.
Are you an employer? What do you do when an employee fails to perform for 32 years? Are you a parent? What do you do when your kid brings home failing grades for half a lifetime? This isn't rocket science folks! ARE YOU EFFING KIDDING ME?
At the brokered convention the math works like this...Delegate count times a multiplier. The multiplier is the number of times in the past 32 years that the state in question has voted for a Republican President.
It's just that simple!