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In her "Off the Record" commentary, Greta Van Susteren said we must change how we choose our candidates.

"I am not talking about the choices, but the process. It has become, well, ridiculous," she said.

Among the problems with the nominating process, Greta said, is that Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina are given too much power to screen the field before other states get to weigh in, while late-voting states may not get a voice at all.

She also said that states that have a caucus system punish those who work evening hours or lack free time.

And then there is the "loopy delegate system."

"Who can figure that one out?" Greta asked.

She concluded by calling on the country to fix the "messed up" system before the next presidential election.

Watch the full commentary above.


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