Thursday, May 22, 2008
Hillary: Changing the Rules Midgame
campaign in the face of mounting support for Obama. "Now is not the time for our party to have a dialogue about which states should count," she said in Florida. "We cannot move forward as a united party if some members are left out. I want to be sure all 50 states are counted and your delegates are seated at our convention." she said. "Join me in making sure your voices are raised and heard." Clinton did not always feel so strongly. In the early days of the campaign she said Michigan would not count. "It's clear," Clinton told New Hampshire Public Radio in the fall, "this election [Michigan is] having is not going to count for anything. I personally did not think it made any difference whether or not my name was on the ballot." Clinton's...