There's a distinct line between challenging a system because of real or perceived inequities that affect the people participating and challenging a system because it doesn't benefit you personally the way you would prefer. This situation seems to be listing heavily toward one of those categories. Granted, contrary to the common (mis)perception, we don't live in a democracy (as attractive as the concept is in patriotic ads and fiery speeches), but rather a constitutional republic (a form of government in which a core of established rights trumps the majority will of the people), and thus voting, as important as it is, is subject to limitations and interpretations; despite that, the candidates for any office should be sensitive to what the people want, not what benefits them most. Honesty, people. Please.