No. The (original) rules call for half the delegates to be seated, and for no unpledged delegates to be seated. The amended rules stripped Florida and Michigan of ALL their delegates.
Florida and Michigan unpledged delegates should not be seated as per the original DNC rules.
And no...Clinton's 'popular votes' from Michigan shall not be counted by any reasonable person.
No. You said Brazille and Claybourne are "trying to KEEP AAs uninformed, dependent and helpless"
This implies a current state of being the same.
Stupid racist comments don't fly.
Yeah, ascribing malapropisms to pictures of animals is funny.
People of minority status...not so much.
1) Black liberation theology is not racist.
2) That you would throw good money after bad is proof that you don't really understand anything.
In what way are woman a minority?
It's no longer true. I don't think it ever was.
Minus super delegates.
But, actually, the rules were amended after FL and MI decided to move their contests up.
So, really, no delegates should vote, who are to be seated from those states.
Let the DNC rules and credential committees seat delegates according to the rules which were voted upon and adopted by the DNC (including Florida and Michigan delegations)
Links. Can I has some?
First "." is a "?" of course.
Did he say he'd nuke the tar out of Iran. I hope so. That would make him look tough, and stuff.
Clinton will not be president.
Given the rethuglican tone of Clinton during the campaign, and the generally terrible management of her campaign, Obama would be remiss to choose her as his running mate.
Your McCarthy is showing.
The 'magnitude of Obama's loss' was negative.
He came from way behind and cut her lead in half, in a state where she had the entirety of the party machinery working for her.
He was EXPECTED to lose. PA was no humiliating loss for Obama.
Wonder if Clinton's going to pay those vendors in Iowa now.
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