Some people- like a Democratic presidential hopeful, who is still in the race, and will remain nameless, are discrediting the power of the Florida primary; especially for Dems. because the Florida primary does not count.
By the way, thank you for changing the date of your primary from Super Tuesday, Florida, as to piss people off and discount those delegates!
Anyway, some say that the Florida primary is insignificant because of Florida's desire to be different and change the date- apparently causing a ruckus in the 2000 election and leaving us with Bush for eight years didn't make you different enough.
Well, here's a thought. If the Florida primary is so insignificant, why did it spark TWO presidential hopefuls (one from each party) to drop out of the race?
Oh, and if that's not enough to make you see that Florida matters in some way, then I ask you to remember that Florida is a large state with repubs and dems that signify states around it. So yes, delegates may not count in Florida, but let's wait to see its impact on Super Tuesday.