Somehow, I am not all that impressed by the fight over the national parties stripping delegates from state parties who will have primaries prior to Feb. 5th.

Last week, the story was Florida and the Democrats. This week, it appears to be the Republicans and Florida, South Carolina, and New Hampshire.

How long will it take for all the candidates to commit their delegates to voting for seating full delegations?

This is a problem in theory, but not in practice.

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