Obama: Michigan, Florida Do-Overs 'Not Realistic' Barack Obama says allowing the Michigan primary results to count wouldn't be fair — and do-overs in Michigan and Florida wouldn't be realistic. In an NPR interview, Obama also defends his experience and says his Iraq pullout plan is subject to change based on "new information."
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Obama: Michigan, Florida Do-Overs 'Not Realistic'

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Obama: Michigan, Florida Do-Overs 'Not Realistic'

Obama: Michigan, Florida Do-Overs 'Not Realistic'

Obama: Michigan, Florida Do-Overs 'Not Realistic'

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Sen. Barack Obama greets workers at a turbine manufacturing facility in Fairless Hills, Pa., on Tuesday. The state's delegate-rich primary is April 22. Jemal Countess/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Barack Obama greets workers at a turbine manufacturing facility in Fairless Hills, Pa., on Tuesday. The state's delegate-rich primary is April 22.

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