Howeird Dean is pushing superdelegates to make their decision as to who they will support. He's stated that "I need them to say who they're for starting now". I guess that the standard dimwitcrat rant "count all the votes" is only applicable when they're not getting what they want.
So, just so we're clear, votes in two states where an election occurred that they're not going to count (Florida and Michigan), because of stupid DNC rules that were designed to minimize the impact of other states on the outcome of the nomination process are not going to count. Votes will be influenced by superdelegates who are being pushed to make their decision and publicly announce them.
But this is the party that is interested in ensuring that no one is "disenfranchised"?
I got one word for that: bullshit.