US DOT Ups Bribe For Florida To $2.39 Billion
Alternate Headline: High Speed Rail Not Dead In Florida, That Pisses Off This Gator Blood pressure building… Florida is penciled in to receive an additional $342.3 million, raising the total it will receive from the federal government to $2.39 billion.
Random Roundup Two
Random Roundup is going to my new series of articles where there is a bunch of stuff I want to talk about, but don’t feel they belong in separate articles.
, Barack Obama
, bill nelson
, bradley manning
, bush tax cuts
, George LeMieux
, Random Roundup
, War on Christmas
Jeb Bush: US Senate 2012
I’m not feeling very well. So this will be a short article. Also, consider this an open thread.
Obama Vs American People: The New Oil Moratorium
Barack Obama once again, and on the very same issue, finds himself fighting against the interest of the American people.
Rick Scott’s “Let’s Get To Work” Jobs Tour
Rick Scott is not just waiting out his time until he becomes Governor. Today he kicks off his “Let’s Get To Work” tour. He will criss-cross the state to meet with business leaders:
From 17 To 9.8: I Also Want A Job
The job market is worse than you think:
Random Roundup One
Random Roundup is going to my new series of articles where there is a bunch of stuff I want to talk about, but don’t feel they belong in separate articles. More below the fold:
, Barack Obama
, Energy Independence
, Jennifer Rubin
, Marco Rubio
, Mike Pence
, Offshore Oil Drilling
, Oil Drilling Moratorium
, Random Roundup
, Sarah Palin
, Tom Coburn
Michelle Rhee Coming To Florida? Hell Yeah!
With respect to my good friend Umpire, I think Rick Scott should indeed hire Michelle Rhee.
Gov-Elect Rick Scott: Time To Kill SunRail In Its Crib
Time to kill it. Kill it like Obama wanted to kill failed-aborted babies: Ohio stands to receive $400 million for the program to connect Ohio’s biggest cities by rail, but Governor-elect John Kasich doesn’t want it.
Tea Party Celebration Of Alan Grayson’s Defeat
By Tom Tillison Orlando Political Press Local tea party members celebrated Tuesday’s election results in FL-CD8, which ousted the dastardly Alan Grayson, by hanging a banner outside the freshman Congressman’s office that very night. The banner was hung on a fence around the parking area outside the building. Rumor has it a hearty version of Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye broke out just | Read More »
Florida Exit Poll: Rubio and Scott won the Hispanic Vote
We are lectured ad nauseum by the open borders Republicans about the electoral devastation that is looming if we fail to enact an amnesty program. They assert that our strong support for borders and immigration enforcement will drive away all Hispanic voters. Well, the Miami Herald observes that not only didn’t we get swamped by Hispanics; we actually won their vote outright in Florida. Both | Read More »
Corrine Brown And Mario Diaz-Balart Sue To Halt Amendment 6
Tom Tillison Orlando Political Press In a pro-conservative wave of voter sentiment, against a solid, hard working competitor, Democrat Rep. Corrine Brown won another term in Congress on Tuesday in an overwhelming manner. After voting in favor of ObamaCare, which is slowly dismantling the greatest healthcare system in the world, voting to support Cap and Trade, the largest energy tax in the history of this country | Read More »
Just a quick note regarding 2012
In the last several election cycles, three states have been the keys to winning the white house. With their combined total of 80 electoral votes, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Ohio are the most important to both parties. In 2000, Florida decided the race. In 2004, the winner had to take 2 of 3 to win, Bush carried Florida and Ohio, and won reelection. In 2008, Obama | Read More »
Florida Governor’s Race — RICK SCOTT WINS !!!!!!!! — Sink Concedes.
I’m shaking – no joke. It’s over. Freedom wins a little bit in Florida. Honest: I’m gonna be one of Governor-Elect Scott’s worst nightmares and over-the-shoulder microscope-viewers to hold him to our state’s constitution and his word. If need be – and I pray that this will not be the case – I’ll be one of his harshest and most vocal critics too. God Bless | Read More »