I really don't understand politics all that much. Once again Florida has made the news. Florida has not been stupid this time. In fact, it's not even Florida's fault they made the news this time. Florida had Republican and Democratic primaries. I thought we all got to vote on the same day to make it easier to count to see who people wanted to vote for in November. That would make the counting easier, or at least to my way of thinking. Perhaps others felt the same way, who knows?
Michigan also made the news. I don't know that they have ever made the news as far as voting goes. There's a first time for everything. Michigan and Florida made the news fro the same reason. The Democrat primaries were held too early. So that means their votes don't count. Now they're discussing what should be done about it.
If I were one of those voters (voting in the democratic primaries, I voted in the republican primary) I don't know how I'd feel or what to do if I voted and was told my vote doesn't count because I voted to early. The Democratic Party should fix that or something. It's their fault. Why did they even offer a primary too early?
I say take all those votes and count them anyway. Learn a lesson from this.
I really don't know about this Democratic Party at all. What is one to do?