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Argument: Seating Michigan and Florida delegates in 2008 gives a voice to voters there

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*[http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=19188859 Mara Liasson. "Forfeited Delegates May Get Second Look". Watching Washington, NPR. February 20, 2008] - "The day before the Florida, primary she told her supporters, 'I want the voters in Florida to know that I hear them.' *[http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=19188859 Mara Liasson. "Forfeited Delegates May Get Second Look". Watching Washington, NPR. February 20, 2008] - "The day before the Florida, primary she told her supporters, 'I want the voters in Florida to know that I hear them.'
:'Hundreds of thousands of Floridians have already voted, so clearly they are taking this seriously, and they believe their voices are going to be heard and should be counted, and I agree with them,'" :'Hundreds of thousands of Floridians have already voted, so clearly they are taking this seriously, and they believe their voices are going to be heard and should be counted, and I agree with them,'"
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 +*'''Julian Bond, chairman of the NAACP''', thinks it is a civil rights violation not to seat the the delegates of Florida and Michigan. The grounds of this violation obviously being that it violates the right of citizens to vote.[http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=19188859]

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'Hundreds of thousands of Floridians have already voted, so clearly they are taking this seriously, and they believe their voices are going to be heard and should be counted, and I agree with them,'"
  • Julian Bond, chairman of the NAACP, thinks it is a civil rights violation not to seat the the delegates of Florida and Michigan. The grounds of this violation obviously being that it violates the right of citizens to vote.[1]

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