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Originally posted by poet1b
If the repub attack machine changes a large number of people minds about Obama, and the DNC still refusse to give Hillary the nomination after she has won the popular vote, then she should run as a third party candidate.
Originally posted by xmotex
As if it hadn't already been pointed out, both Hillary & Obama's campaigns agreed to the compromise.
Originally posted by jetxnet
Funny too, if it were the other way around and Hillary got the 55 delegates and Obama had 4 taken away, there would be a huge uprising among Black people and their lame religious leaders like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson. It would be a HUGE deal.
The DNC should not get away with such BS.
"It's clear, this election [Michigan is] having is not going to count for anything."
On Sept. 1, the Clinton campaign issued this ringing statement:
We believe Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina play a unique and special role in the nominating process. And we believe the DNC's rules and its calendar provide the necessary structure to respect and honor that role. Thus, we will be signing the pledge to adhere to the DNC approved nominating calendar.
Fair-Weather Wolverine, Slate.com
Originally posted by lee anoma
On-topic: Finally...now the Democratic Party has decided to act on this issue that REPUBLICAN Governor Charlie Crist, and DEMOCRATIC Governor Jennifer Grisholm (Hillary Clinton's highest-profile supporter in Michigan) created for political reasons. Their decision to allow their State to blatantly break DNC party rules despite warnings was very regrettable and disrespectful to the party and the voters.