Jeb Bush still doesn't have a good answer for his effort to purge Florida's voter rolls of convicted felons in 1999, the year before the infamous election in which several hundred Sunshine State votes would secure the presidency for his brother, George W. Bush. here
I heard you're dealing with another unplanned pregnancy. I feel for you. I don't think you're a whore or a slut though. However, you have been a hypocrite because you preach abstinence only. Evidently you weren't taking your own ignorant advice. Abstinence only works when you don't have sex - It's kind of tricky that way.
Liberals really aren't judging you for your sexcapades. Sex is fun and we think it's great! The people who are judging you and implying you're a dirty girl, well, that would be the radical religious right (your mom's crowd) .... and more specifically, Jeb Bush. Ol' Jebbers thinks you should be publicly shamed and that you need to find yourself a man. He's an asshole.
You might want to re-think political parties if you're going to keep sexing it up. Our side doesn't judge good sex - we celebrate it. We judge hypocrites who slut shame.
Florida’s federal lawmakers and their staffs took 103 privately sponsored trips in 2014 valued at more than $350,000. Foreign destinations included Sweden, Peru and Japan. In a number of cases, relatives came along and had their expenses covered.here
Topping the list was Rep. Ander Crenshaw, R-Jacksonville.
Other top travelers at a private group’s expense include Rep.Ted Deutch, D-West Boca Raton ($20,713), Sarasota's Rep Vern Buchanan
And Miami Cuban Mafia members GOP Sen. Marco Rubio ($37,255), GOP Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Miami-Dade, ($36,084), GOP Rep, Mario Diaz-Balart ($28,922), R-Miami-Dade
This past June 18th the House Appropriations Committee passed its FY 2016 Financial Services Appropriations bill. It contains three "Cuba-specific" prohibitions that were drafted by one of the most out-of-touch members of Congress - Mario Diaz-Balart. These prohibitions are a threat to the universally lauded advancements in U.S.-Cuba relations and seek to effectively end president Obama's highly successful "people-to-people" policy that has generated interest among all Americans to go to Cuba and see for themselves the devastating effects of the embargo. These measures will also hurt Cubans on the island who have benefited by the influx of tourism.
How can Diaz-Balart claim he is a champion for theCuban people when 97% of them are in favor of normalization? His judgement is clouded by his family's involvement with Fulgencio Batista, a dictator who suspended democracy in Cuba. Regarding Cuba, it's personal with him and that long-standing vendetta is getting in the way of the inevitable process of normalization. here
The felon purge wrongfully denied thousands of legitimate voters the ability to participate in a presidential election pitting Republican George W. Bush against Democrat Al Gore. Ultimately, a few hundred Florida ballots would determine the presidency, and with it, the nation’s path for the next eight years and, really, well beyond. here
“Let’s be real here — the mayor did not support Charlie Crist. Everybody knows that, and that decision was made based on his political position…those in the political arena know that. He made it known that he wasn’t supporting Charlie Crist….and for a city employee, a city administrator, someone who invested that many years with the city, and that person is denied that investment by a few months. What kind of city is this?”Frank Reddick
Last Friday, soon to be director Florida GOP Janet Dougherty attended the Hillsborough County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner, its largest annual fundraiser. here
Hillsborough County's environmental commission on Wednesday rebuffed an attempt by her to soften a proposed ban on her political activity. Dougherty is supposed to start as director next week. She has twice run for county commissioner and has long been active in local Republican circles. She criticized the ban as "ambiguous.
Until the end of the month, the Florida Public Service Commission has asked for public comments on "ways to more effectively promote solar energy in Florida." In other words, they want to hear from you! Now is our best opportunity to put pro-solar policies into place.
Tell the PSC it's time to bring solar power to the Sunshine State. Here'show
An LGBT teen claims that an officer with the Hialeah police department illegally detained her. She says she was taken to an isolated area, where she was forced to take off her clothing, while the cop touched himself, sexually. here