I can't believe I'm saying this, but it appears that Howard Dean appears to be reasonable with this... http://apnews.myway.com/article/20080306/D8V805P00.html Now the Democrats, I guess, are free to set down whatever rules they want for the election of the delegates to their national convention. ALthough many steps in this process seem to be designed to marginalize the will of the electorate (caucuses the night after the primary, superdelegates, et al) and enpower the leadership of the DNC. But I don't know wether he is afraid that their is going to be a repeat of the Chicago convention, or what, but it is funny that the party that always cries about "disenfranchment" of voters, systematically denied 4 million people their right to vote, but it seems that they are going to "re-do" Michigan and Florida. Now Gov. Crist of Florida (maybe be McCain's VP) is teaming with Hillary supporter and Michigna Gov (i forget her name, (honestly)) to call that their citizens not be "disenfranchised" by the DNC. There is no way, that they could seat the current Michigan delegation, as neither Edwards nor Obama, even had their names on the ballot (funny how Hillary agreed to one set of rules, but then went ahead and did differnetly to "suit" (that's for you Harry) her. And Hillary was the only one who ran media ads in Florida, so that outcome is a little less dubious, but still shaky. I guess the only fair thing to do is to have another primary in each state. Boy is that going to dip into the respective budget's of the Michigan and Florida Democrat parties. Personally, I think that they should have Hillary and Obama do a steel cage "deathmatch" to decide who gets the delegates, but alas, I don't think that is going to happen.