The people of Florida and Michigan did nothing wrong and have the right to vote, the ruling by the party not to allow their vote to count should be appealed, IMO, regardless who it would benefit, Obama or Clinton.
^ I don't agree with voters having their votes stripped from them, for the Democratic Party members to set such a rule is unquestionably a sin at best...
However, Hillary, Obama, Edwards and all the other candidates agreed at the start, that those who violate the rules, their voters will not be allowed to vote.
What I disagree with is, when Hillary found herself behind in the count, she now want the rules to be modified with the hopes she can make a case to the superdelegates that she should be the nominee.
You can not agree with the rules in the begining and then when you are behind demand that the rules are changed...Had the roles been reversed and Obama was behind and demanded that the rules are changed to possibly advantage him, Hillary and her supporters would be outraged...
Rules are for those who like them and for those who do not...You can't agree with rule and come back and disagree with those same rules because they don't benefit your situation...This is why I don't support her, it is either her way or no way at all, she behaviors like a spoiled brat and Obama as been a gentleman throughout the process, had he responded in the manner that I would have to her insults, he would have been attacked by her supporter with such viciousness and accused of being a sexist...So, he can't win in responding in the same manner she attacks him and I think that is Bull...
to answer the ballot question, if I think it's unfair, no, I'll switch, I don't consider myself to be locked into to one party anyways.