Why Does the Democrat Health Care Bill Punish Florida Seniors?
President Obama and Congressional Democrat leaders promised that they would use the reconciliation ‘fix’ to correct the inequities of the original House and Senate bills. Items like the Cornhusker Kickback and Louisiana Purchase would be eliminated, and all states would be treated fairly. But it turns out they didn’t mean it. According to the Associated Press, there are still special deals intended to buy the | Read More »
Florida Democrats Face Contested Senate Primary
The race to succeed Senator Mel Martinez in the US Senate is about to get a new entrant: U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Jacksonville, confirms that she is launching an exploratory campaign for U.S. Senate, and said an internal statewide poll shows her comfortably ahead of any Democratic contender including Kendrick Meek. “Experience,” she said, when asked why the 17-year U.S. House member would be a | Read More »
Florida Republicans Embrace Tax Increases
The Republican party has relatively few assets today: we trail in voter ID, we have lost ground in many states, and we have no ‘levers of power’ in Washington. The party has lost credibility on spending issues, and voters are unsure what we stand for. If you needed proof, just look at how many grassroots activists attending the Tea Parties say that they are as | Read More »
Democrats Lose Top Senate Recruits
The 2010 elections are a long way off, but it’s interesting that the Democrats have already lost their top recruits for Senate races in New Hampshire and Florida. In New Hampshire, Democrats had hoped to make it a race against three-term incumbent Judd Gregg. Instead, Democratic Governor John Lynch will seek re-election: There’s no doubt that Lynch would be the strongest Democrat the party could | Read More »
Another Illegal Vote for Obama
Tiffany Wilson of Palestra.net reports on one New York resident who appears to have shifted her registration to Florida to vote for Obama, and then moved back to New York:
Has John McCain Won Florida?
Florida Today has an article today about the state’s early voting: Democrats are beaming that their party is outperforming the Republicans in early voting, releasing numbers Wednesday that show registrants of their party ahead 54 percent to 30 percent among the 1.4 million voters who have gone to the polls early… But party breakdowns for turnout aren’t the same as final tallies, and at least | Read More »
I Agree With Barack Obama!
Barack in Florida today: Why then is Obama proposing tax increases that would hurt businesses and families?