Monday, August 27, 2007

FDP Punished

The Florida Democratic Party is maintaining a tough stance. Congresswoman Kathy Castor told Karen Thurman to "stay the course." Senator Bill Nelson gave Thurman similar advise.

The FDP has 30 days to change it's selection process. Short version: the Democratic National Committee wants to a caucas held later. The January 29th primary will be cancelled. The DNC has already informed the Florida democrats that they will not be allowed to have delegates at the convention if they hold the primary.

Update: Kos weighs in:

Does anyone really think that Democrats will disenfranchise the delegates of a large swing state, whether it's Florida or Michigan?

The DNC is powerless. All it has is bluster. And as soon as we have a nominee, the first thing that person will do is rescind any such decision.

Let's hope Kos is right.

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At August 28, 2007 1:11 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Democrats don't care about the voters, Howard Dean is my hero. P.S when has KOS been correct about anything???


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