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The political buzz is reaching a crescendo in Michigan as the Republican primary is upon us to select which challenger gets delegates for the GOP presidential nomination. Except, of course, this is actually the day when the Democratic Party tries to sabotage the democratic process.
From The New York Times:
Voting booths will be open only to Republicans, but party rules allow anyone to declare himself a Republican on the spot — temporarily — and then vote. The result is a primary that is effectively open to Democratic or independent game-playing.
And while such predictions are usually overstated, there’s some indication that it might actually happen in Michigan on Tuesday. [read the full article here]Told you... different candidate, perhaps, but same strategy. Maybe it's time to rethink the primary process. The ironic part, however, is that it may not help the Democratic Party in November.
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