Why I Will Vote for Bill McCollum in the FL Primary
Regardless whether he was indicted or not, Scott’s record is marred my Medicare and Medicaid fraud. HE WAS THE CEO OF THE COMPANY. He can’t pass the buck on that. The Dems will have a field day with this. This is the kind of stuff we accuse the libs of doing all the time, and here we might nominate one of our own like this. | Read More »
House NASA Bill Undermines Senate-White House Compromise
Only in America, where we will shoot our foot to spite our nose. Right now, the fight over NASA has taken an ugly turn: The U.S. Senate appeared to have cobbled together a compromise with the White House concerning NASA’s immediate future as of late last week, but a new House Science Committee bill might undermine those dealings. The House proposal does not include an | Read More »
Following The Money In Florida’s Fifth
Well, then numbers are out and it’s time again to play: Follow The Money! This time, we look at the money coming into both Jason Sager (CAN-R-FL-05) and Richard Nugent’s (CAN-R?-FL-05) campaign. They are both running for the Republican Nomination for Florida’s Fifth Congressional District. We will take a look at FEC’s offical web site and the numbers listed there. We will also see who | Read More »
Charlie Crist’s Special Session To Ban Offshore Oil Drilling Is Unnecessary
Charlie Crist’s call for a special session is both unnecessary and a waste of money. Two papers have come out in opposition to the special session and the amendment:
Patricia Sullivan (CAN-R-FL-08), Campaigning The Old Old Fashioned Way
Before the internet, tv, radio, and the telephone, there was only one real way to get out the vote: Canvassing. Which is what Patricia Sullivan (CAN-R-FL-08) and volunteers are doing right now. In fact, that is what I did on the 16th and will hopefully do this coming weekend. But I am getting a little ahead of myself. Let me tell you a little about | Read More »
Florida Legislature: Time to Correct the Past
This is an open letter to the Republican party of Florida, to the Republican elected majorities in the State Senate and State House and to all Republicans running for election in 2010. The only reason Republicans are doing better in the Polls now is that the electorate thinks the GOP now sucks less than the Democrats. That’s it. People are scared over an out of | Read More »
Surprise! Richard Nugent (CAN-R?-FL-05) Supports Oil Moratorium
Last night there was a debate between Jason Sager (CAN-R-FL-05) and Richard Dick Nugent (CAN-R?-FL-05). Sager moped the the floor with Nugent up and down the auditorium. If you were a Nugent supporter that night, it was painful to watch. So the debate turns to that of the oil spill and this is where Nugent just totally embarrassed himself, more-so than when he threw Ginny | Read More »
Florida Must Say No To Amendment 4 (2010)
If you don’t know, there is a debate going on. A debate whether or not we should be a Democracy or Republic. A debate we are calling the Florida Hometown Democracy Land Use, Amendment 4.
A Hill To Die On: Florida’s Fifth Congressional District Edition
There have been many battles on hills and most worth dying to take or keep them. However never have there been a more important one than the battle of Little Round Top. We all know the story, Little Round Top was ignored until Brig. Gen. Warren notice that the Confederates where about to take the hill and control a large part of the of Union’s | Read More »
On Call With Bill McCollum (CAN-R-FL-GOV)
Imaigne my surprised at being invited to Bill McCollum’s Blogger Conference Call. I am honored to be recognize by their campaign. Now granted I am already a supporter, but I did go into the call with a critical eye.
Financial Reform Bill – Affirmative Action Rears Its Ugly head
Download it here: Read it and weep: Page 442: …each agency shall establish an Office of Minority and Women Inclusion that shall be responsible for all matters of the agency relating to diversity in management, employment, and business activities. Stand by for heavy rolls….
Meet Patricia Sullivan (CAN-R-FL-08)
There are seven people running for the Republican Nomination for Florida’s Eighth Congressional District. They are all looking for the honor to replace Alan Grayson*. Out of them all, one stands out. Meet Patricia Sullivan (CAN-R-FL-08).
Jason Sager’s (CAN-R-FL-05) Chain Of The Constitution
“The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.” -Thomas Jefferson Jason Sager (CAN-R-FL-05) wants to bring that psychical chain to Washington DC:
Who do You Believe: “Sammy the Bull” Gravano or Jim Greer?…Answer: Both
“Sammy The Bull” Gravano was a sociopathic murderer, extortionist and all around evil S.O.B. who was the right hand man of Gambino Crime Boss, John “The Dapper Don” Gotti. However, once the F.B.I. made an airtight case against Gravano for his actions as a Gambino enforcer and “Underboss” and after Gravano listened to secret recordings of John Gotti’s paranoid threats against him, Gravano turned stoolie | Read More »
Rubio battles back
For a while the polling of the Florida Senate race had many people thinking that Charlie Crist, newly minted Independent, was running away with it. I disagreed and assumed his bump in the polls was driven by heavy coverage of his party switch and of his oil spill inspections. Rasmussen’s latest just might bear that out as Marco Rubio takes a fresh lead.