Dem primary re-do? Don't count on it
UPDATE: Barack Obama campaign manager David Plouffe said there is no scenario where it would support seating the delegates FL Democrats elected Saturday, based on 1/29 results, but it would obviously compete for delegates if a DNC-approved contest were organized. Once the nomination is secured, FL and Michigan will be top priorities: "That is going to be one of our first and most important tasks, to make up for lost ground there."
The governor's office suggests Wolf Blitzer's interpretation Sunday was off-base that Charlie Crist supported the state funding another Democratic primary. While the ever-agreeable gov. never shut the door on the idea, the transcript does suggest Blitzer took a bit of a leap.
The Hillary Clinton campaign, meanwhile, took note of Crist's comments but said Monday it has no interest in a second Florida contest: "Our position is 1.7-million Floridians have already come out and (voiced) their votes and their preferences and their votes ought to count," said Clinton communications director Howard Wolfson.