DNC Rules and Bylaws Meeting…. GAME ON!

Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., views the presidential carvings at Mount Rushmore, near Keystone, S.D. Friday, May 30, 2008. Sen. Obama made an impromptu stop at the Mount Rushmore National Memorial before campaigning in South Datoka Saturday.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Arguments are ongoing so no decisions perhaps till this evening…

Committee is no show after lunch now an 1hr half late…Public forum seems to be Private?

The most interesting fact is this same committee penalized both states and stripped 100% of their delegates and now some on this same committee today are now trying to allocate delegates on a flawed and unfair election. How can some have been so strong a year ago enforcing there ruling and now a year later some are allocating delegates based on their partisan affiliation and support of Clinton.

FLORIDA

The fairest compromise of the Florida delegation given by Rep. Robert Wexler, speaking for the Obama team, tells DNC meeting the campaign will agree to seating Florida’s delegation at one-half value. Plan would net Clinton 19 delegates.

Clinton supporters want the delegate count as is…

MICHIGAN

I can\’t see seating the elected delegates by the current voter turnout proposed by Sen. Levin.

Bonier representing Obama argues split the delegates 100% 64-64 for Obama and Clinton and seat the whole delegation split evenly down the middle or 50% 32- 32. I don\’t think you can fairly allocate the delegates by the current vote. You can\’t come up with an actual # that would truly represent the Obama vote if voter turnout was suppressed by the penalties by the DNC and the fact Obama\’s name was not on the ballot.

More to come…

Delegates gather around a table to conduct the Democratic National Committee Rules and Bylaws Committee meeting in Washington May 31, 2008.REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA)

DNC Chairman Howard Dean, right is seen with Rules and Bylaws Committee co-chairs Jim Roosevelt, left, and Alexis Herman, Saturday, May 31, 2008, in Washington, at a meeting to determine how to count the primary votes for Michigan and Florida.(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

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Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Barack Obama D-Ill., speaks during a town hall meeting at Pennington County Event Center in Rapid City, S.D., Saturday, May 31, 2008.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Supporter Bill Walsh cheers for Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Barack Obama D-Ill., during a town-hall style meeting at Pennington County Event Center in Rapid City, S.D. Saturday, May 31, 2008.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

OUR MOMENT IS NOW!! OBAMA \’08

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