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From: Werepoodle (
Subject:         Question for the democrats out there
Date: April 21, 2008 at 12:50 pm PST

Same question for the Republicans, but since there wasn't an obvious "we really don't care what you want" message sent out ....

Why don't the Democrats care about Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, North Carolina, Oregon, Montana, and South Dakota? I understand why Florida would have to hold it's primary after the winner had already been decided as punishment for 2000, but why do these other states have to go so late that the winner has already been decided? (really anyone after Super Tuesday).

They decided that Michigan and Florida aren't allowed to count because they wanted their primaries early, but said "well they would have counted if they followed the rules". No they wouldn't have. Now of course McCain gets a huge advantage while the democrats duke it out just so that some states can matter more than others. (and some not at all)

If the states all matter, why not have a national day or even week when all the states decide? Or let the states determine when they want to go?

I understand why some states were given preferential treatment (I disagree, but I understand) but why are some punished so badly?

And what is up with these super delegates? Why does a pretend democratic process have these things in place to deliberately over-rule the will of the people?

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