Emboldened, no doubt, by the Clinton campaign putting Michigan and Florida 'in play', after having agreed that they would not be, Michigan threatens the rest of the Democrats in the party:
Second, we see no justification for seating Michigan’s delegates with anything less than full voting rights. If Michigan is punished for fighting the DNC’s decision to grant New Hampshire a waiver, it will hurt the Party’s chances of carrying Michigan in November.-Ambinder
You can see why the GOP has color in their cheeks.
Michigan's supers should get observer status. They broke the rules and now they want to bully the party.
BARBARIANS AT THE GATE
As you recall, the GOP paid operatives to go to Florida to protest the recount going on in 2000.
Well, some 'angry Floridians' have been bused up to D.C. to protest at DNC HQ...
Usually, a political party waits until it is in power before it self-destructs with internecine pettiness.
INFORMATION DOMINANCE : CLINTON CAMP WALKING ON WATER
"THE CONVENTION is where most Democrats surveyed believe that the nomination will be settled, an expectation that helps Hillary Clinton enormously, ..." (also, Ambinder)