The ad also raises questions about Grayson's personal and political beliefs. Does he equate conscientious Christians with Taliban radicals? Does he think Christianity views women through the same lens as Islam? Does he assert that Bible-believing Christians should be disqualified from serving in public office? The ad raises a multitude of questions, not the least of which is whether Grayson possesses even an ounce of integrity.
One thing is certain: Grayson has proven that he will say and do anything to hang on to power, and he has obviously become comfortable operating from the gutter. It's now left for the people of Florida to decide if Grayson's gutter politics are what they want of their elected public servants. If Daniel Webster's recent surge in campaign donations is any indication, it's looking like Mr. Grayson would be wise to start looking for another line of work.
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