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  •  Um, Scott ran--and won handily--against a (2+ / 0-)
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    glorificus, Nulwee

    very conservative democrat. Sure, Sink's campaign was a farce but that's because the democratic party down here is a farce as a whole. The lot of them reflect the national party, which is slightly to the right of the American public. Adding Crist to the fold only moves the posts further to the right.

    •  I live down here and very familiar with (4+ / 0-)

      Rod Smith's politics and knew him when he was state attorney so ..he is not exactly the best chair for Florida.
      In fact it is one of the worst.   Debbie Wasserman Shultz could help make it better  afterall it is her home state.

      I had rather be right of the center than in the hole with this crazy idiot we have.   Edging the state to the center is easier than climbing up from Hell.

      We the People have to make a difference and the Change.....Just do it ! Be part of helping us build a veteran community online. United Veterans of America

      by Vetwife on Sat Dec 08, 2012 at 05:56:52 AM PST

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    •  Sink's campaign was the reason she lost. (1+ / 0-)
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      It was a disaster.

      I condemn Mitt Romney for political opportunism in exercising his free speech rights to criticize America's leaders during a foreign crisis. Wow, I guess I just apologized for Mitt Romney being an ass.

      by emsprater on Sat Dec 08, 2012 at 10:39:36 AM PST

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    •  Scott won handily? (1+ / 0-)
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      Popular vote 2010 Florida Governor

      Scott:     2,619,335   
      Sink:       2,557,785   

      Margin:        61,550

      If this is your idea of wining "handily" then what do you consider President Obama's victory in Florida 2012: a landslide?

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