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M.K. Wrote: Aug 26, 2012 9:05 AM
Compare California debt to Florida debt. Florida isn't about to implode.
SicSemperTyrannis Wrote: Aug 26, 2012 10:39 AM
I agree, we aren't about to implode, but Florida has been moving left for years. Carpetbaggers like Debbie Wasserman Schultz have been turning S Florida into the 6th Burrough of NYC for decades.
These fools come here from the Northeast because they "love" Florida, then complain incessantly about the most petty things, like pizzerias, delis, bad drivers, etc., and they bring their liberal politics with them.
John1921 Wrote: Aug 26, 2012 1:58 PM
Make no mistake here: NYC is not just non-American; not just un-American; it's anti-American. BTW, ditto L.A. and The City.
T.C.7 Wrote: Aug 26, 2012 6:13 PM

And there's the hardcore, liberal press of Florida.

Florida folks are subject to some of the most sickening, liberal newspapers in country. The Orlando Sentinel and the Miami Herald are two of the worst. As for local T.V. broadcast, it's not much better.
kygator Wrote: Aug 26, 2012 11:39 PM
One US Senator is the ONLY statewide elected Democrat in Florida - and we plan on Connie Mack sending Nelson back home in November. Republican Party and women are very active in Florida, and we elect GOPs to office. Southeastern Florida is another story.

Like teenagers on vacation with their parents, Republicans from blue states and Democrats from red states don't want to be seen with party elders.

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