The latest log thrown on the fire of the Florida re-vote is the suggestion of a mail-in primary.
"We had 1.75 million Democratic voters cast ballots on Jan. 29," she said on "Fox News Sunday." "It was a record turnout. And the likelihood of getting that many people to mail a ballot back in is very small."
But of course DWS would say that. She's a Hillary Campaign Co-Chair.
Hillary is a bit skittish regarding electoral contests other than the traditional as the results of such contests often find her assigned second-tier status at the end of the count. Just last week, Clinton gave the Florida caucus solution two thumbs down. "A lot of people would be disenfranchised because of the timing and whatever the particular rules were."
I'm certain she--and Wasserman-Schultz--are concerned that voters either won't be able to afford a stamp, won't be able to lick the stamp and press on said ballot or will be unable to vote due to work hours which would inhibit access to a post office.
Here's an idea.
Dump the whole re-vote. Dump the 2,025 delegates needed thang.
Whoever has the most delegates at the end of this battle wins the nomination.
A two-year-old could figure this out.
As of Sunday night, the Associated Press' count had Obama with 1,578 delegates and Clinton with 1,468.