Argument: Changing the rules mid-game is sure to disadvantage one candidate
- Steve Inskeep and Mara Liasson. "End Still Not in Sight in Democrats' Nomination Race". NPR. March 7, 2008 - "The chairman of the national party, Howard Dean, told NPR on Wednesday that, with regard to Michigan and Florida, 'If you change the rules in the middle of the game, you disadvantage one candidate.'"