...that the rules allow."
Robert Wexler did something really crazy when compared to the Clinton supporters. He addressed the rules. He also advocated for the most sensible solution that both recognizes the problems from the past but also looks forward to November: seat the Florida delegation at half voting strength.
Wexler pointed out the obvious: In supporting the Ausman petition, Obama is making a major concession in the interests of party unity and looking toward November.
That elicited boos from the Clinton partisans.
Unlike the Clinton folks, however, Wexler doesn't advocate giving the superdelegates from Florida full voting strength, but giving them the same half-vote as he advocates for the pledged delegates.
Of course that also elicited boos from the Clinton partisans in the room.