I remember the old voting booths where there were a series of lever that you flipped over to denote who you wanted to vote for.. I also remember that there was, in the general election, a lever that you could use to vote for a strict party vote.. A candidates party affiliation is good for getting an… Continue reading Party Platform? Is that anyway to vote?
I was reading that paper today and saw the article about Jim Greer, the one-time head of the RPOF, pleading guilty to 4 corruption charges so, instead up to 70 years, he only faces up to about 35 years, though the recommended sentence is about 3 1/2 years. Defense attorney Damon Chase had vowed to… Continue reading RPOF : Republican Party of Florida
In all fairness I will have to admit, again, that I am a registered Republican but, I would also have to say that I am not real happy with either party. In an earlier post I quoted a man who said that Florida was one of the most corrupt states in the Union. He… Continue reading Is there Truth in Politics?
I keep thinking that what we really should have is an honest groups of representative who are in there as a public service, not a career. In 2010 I watched a primary debate, for Governor, between Rick Scott and Bill McCollum. I was not impressed with either of these gentlemen, and would later vote for Alex Sink, who… Continue reading What kind of Government do we deserve?
I was watching one of those anti-Romney adds.... You know the one: they are talking about Mitt Romney and how, they say, the Damon Corp. cheated medicare out of millions of dollars while he was in charge. They show his face on the left side, and as they talk it slowly morphs into Skeletor, uh, no, that's not right. … Continue reading Rick Scott : Keeping his head down?