Comment: Breaking rule 14 (b) which

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Breaking rule 14 (b) which

Breaking rule 14 (b) which states:
"Participation in a Republican primary, caucus, or any meeting or convention held for the purpose of electing, selecting, allocating, or binding delegates and alternate delegates to a county, district, state, or national convention shall in no way be abridged for reasons of sex, race, religion, color, age, or national origin. The Republican National Committee
and the state Republican Party or governing committee of each state shall take positive action to achieve the broadest possible participation by men and women, young people, minority and heritage groups, senior citizens, and all other citizens in the delegate election, selection, allocation, or binding process."

Do you think there's a good case against state GOP's for the blantant disregard and disenfranchisement of the youth who attended those caucuses?
I do.

If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.
James Madison