It's not like the vagaries of the Texas Primacaucus/Caucamary have been kept as a closely-guarded secret that's only being now unveiled to the unsuspecting Democratic candidates. I mean, Karl Rove was warning of the Texas confusion back on the February 12 Hannity and Colmes show, and repeated shortly afterwards by Marc Ambinder and others. But, according to this item from ABC News, Bill Clinton is apparently flush with concern that Texas-based nocturnal voters - like the cult of Obama-supporting vampires - might steal Texas delegates from Hillary Clinton:
"The doors open at 7 and they close at 7:15. It would be tragic if Hillary were to win this election in the daytime and somebody were to come in at night and take it away."
So, okay. Here's what we've learned this primary season from the Clinton campaign. Some processes (primaries) are more important than others (caucuses). Some states (Massachusetts, California) are more important than others (Virginia, Utah). Nevada teachers are more important than Nevada hotel and casino employees. And now, voters that vote in the daytime are more important than those who vote at night. Interesting sidenote: once upon a time in America, certain citizens were only counted as three-fifths of a person!