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Entries in Florida senator (2)


NPA Crist seesaws on ObamaCare and gets Democrat endorsements 

Could politics in Florida get more bizarre? Gov. Charlie Crist just got two endorsements from two Democrat legislators. The Palm Beach Post said, “State Sen.-elect Maria Sachs, Delray Beach, and State Rep. Darryl Rouson, District 55, based in St. Petersburg, praised Crist at the South County Civic Center before a crowd of about 100 voters who braved the rain to snack on bagels and meet the Republican-turned-Independent.”

Aside from a phantom knife in Rep. Kendrick Meek’s back, what’s wrong with that sentence from the newspaper?

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Will Sen. Martinez sell constituents out on Cap and Trade?

Former speaker of the Florida House Marco Rubio is challenging Gov. Charlie Crist for position of GOP contender for retiring Sen. Mel Martinez's seat. Rubio's public remarks suggest he is a strong fiscal conservative, something sorely needed in the US Senate at present.A Floridian forwarded an email response from Sen. Mel Martinez (R-Fla.) about the American Clean Energy and Security Act (HR 2454). Passed by the House, the act is popularly and more appropriately called the Cap and Tax bill. It’s basically a revenue bill and if you take the time to read the 1,200+ pages almost no one who voted for it read (even the energy czar), it will do nothing for the environment. Any Republican who votes for this bill abandons fiscal conservative principles and more importantly, personal liberty.

I’m not going to reprint Martinez’s whole email. But the content of his response suggests he’s bought into Gorian theory and he is possibly supportive of legislation to curb greenhouse gases despite the hundreds of scientists and experts in related disciplines who disagree with Gore about human impact on carbon emissions.

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