... Or any other Republican-lites the Florida Democratic Party tries to shove down our throats.
Left to mainstream media, one would think there is only one declared Democrat in the race for Marco Rubios U.S. Senate seat. In fact, it has been reported as such.
What is the definition of insanity? Doing the same thing over and over, and expecting a different result.
Tuesday night Charlie-Come-Lately Crist won the Democratic nomination for governor of Florida.
Well, looky, looky-lou!
Just like I pointed out previously, I dont have to seek out information, information finds its way to my inbox on its own, or at least with the help of others! It seems as though someone was busy at 1:30 on the morning of July 30.
Last week, Nancy Smith of Sunshine State News wrote a piece regarding an IRS complaint filed by an individual against Annette Taddeo, running mate of Charlie Crist; Juan Cuba, executive director of the Miami-Dade DEC; and 537 Consulting LLC, a company formed by Juan Cuba and Rachel Johnson, designed to pay Miami-Dade DEC workers, including Juan Cuba, as independent contractors.
Apparently, if you speak out about things in the Florida Democratic Party, you have to be working for Rick Scott, or some other Republican group.
Now that the story about a suspect contract Annette Taddeo, as chair of the Miami-Dade DEC, made with her executive director, Juan Cuba, is out, and while the likes of Pam Bondi, and whoever else, is looking into said contract (as well she should), I have a rather pressing question.
As we near the anniversary of the verdict that set free George Zimmerman -- the man who stalked, shot, and killed Trayvon Martin -- race again comes into play here in Florida.
We all remember the hug seen around the world. Republicans talked about it incessantly. Now Charlie Crist cant stop talking about it, especially wherever there are African-American voters.