Not the nominee.

Not the nominee.

Hillary Clinton has enough delegates to be the Democratic presidential nominee, and it’s all the fault of the superdelegates who refuse to relinquish national party control over the process even though Bernie won in several states including Colorado.

How long will Democrats hold a grudge against elected officials including Gov. Hickenlooper, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette and Jared Polis for ignoring the will of the people and supporting Hillary?

Not long, according to the Durango Herald.

Although many continue to feel the Bern and are still in denial over Hillary’s math, some folks like Ana Moran, a recent graduate of Fort Lewis College, are ready to give up their ghost of a chance:

“Bernie supporters need to recognize what is at stake during the general election and sacrifice some of their will and vote with their minds and not their heart. Until then, I say don’t give up the fight.”

Not giving up the fight is exactly what the Sanders campaign is still demanding. They want supporters to take their message of “political revolution” all the way to the convention.

And to them, we wish Godspeed.