WASHINGTON -- The Democratic Party Saturday solved the dilemma of the rogue delegates from
Michigan and Florida by splitting them -- and maybe the party -- in half.
By granting those delegates -- chosen in rule-breaking early primaries -- half a vote each, and by awarding Obama delegates for those who voted "uncommitted" in Michigan, the party's Rules and Bylaws Committee made the Barack Obama campaign happy.
But supporters of Hillary Rodham Clinton were outraged.
"How can you call yourselves Democrats if you don't count the vote?" one man shouted before being escorted out by security. "This is not the Democratic Party!"
Well, what do you think? What will that guy do this November -- vote for Obama, vote for Republican John McCain, or sit at home?
And what will it all mean for Obama's chances to become president?
-- Jerry Zremski
taggedRace for the White House