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State leaders over the past two decades inserted hundreds of formulas into state law that trigger annual spending increases inkey areas, he said.
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It seems to me that the best we can do at this point is to not change the rulesafter the "game" has begun -- not giving one candidate an unfair advantage, eventhough the party willthus potentially alienate Democratic voters inkey states (whothus must not be taken for granted) -- but then to encourage the superdelegates to fully consider the impact of their choices upon the feelings of the Democratic voters at large, who elect many of them to office and who will ultimately decide whether or not our presidential nominee will get enough votes in the general electionto overcome a more formidable opponent than many consider him to be.