The Washington Times - August 25, 2007, 06:26PM
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Associated Press reports
Florida Democrats would forfeit their votes in selecting a presidential nominee unless they delay their state election by at least a week, the national party said in a stern action Saturday meant to discourage others from leapfrogging ahead to earlier dates.\ The Florida party has 30 days to submit an alternative to its planned Jan. 29 primary or lose its 210 delegates to the nominating convention in Denver next summer.
Wake Up America
Now, I will be the first to admit this race of primaries is ridiculous, but since it seems to be happening with or without the Democratic National Committee’s blessing, penalizing the Florida delegates is absurd.
Open Left
Florida will have a delegation seated at the 2008 Democratic convention. However, that delegation will not be determined by the January 29th Florida “primary,” at least until the nominee is already decided. Only … when the nominee becomes a foregone conclusion, without the assistance of anyone from Florida included in their ongoing delegate counts, will the delegates from Florida be reinstated through the credentials committee in some manner.
Allahpunditblog commentaryMemeorandum— Robert Stacy McCain, assistant national editor, The Washington TimesUPDATE 7 p.m.Ace of Spades HQCaptain’s Quarters— RSM