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Debate: Michigan and Florida delegates in 2008 US elections

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Should delegates from Florida and Michigan be included in the 2008 US elections?

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No

Florida and Michigan knew the rules. They violated the rules. They should pay the consequence. If not, the Democratic Party wouldn't be democratic.



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