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3/7/14....Over the past week, a half-dozen Washington Republicans have described Jolly’s campaign against Democrat Alex Sink as a Keystone Cops operation, marked by inept fundraising, top advisers stationed hundreds of miles away from the district in the state capital and the poor optics of a just-divorced, 41-year-old candidate accompanied on the campaign trail by a girlfriend 14 years his junior. The sources would speak only on condition of anonymity. Politico.com
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3/7/14....Over the past week, a half-dozen Washington Republicans have described Jolly’s campaign against Democrat Alex Sink as a Keystone Cops operation, marked by inept fundraising, top advisers stationed hundreds of miles away from the district in the state capital and the poor optics of a just-divorced, 41-year-old candidate accompanied on the campaign trail by a girlfriend 14 years his junior. The sources would speak only on condition of anonymity. Politico.com
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Good for Broward and Pinellas!
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Scott is still moving Florida backwards!
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Millions COULD be employed now, but GOPers continue SABOTAGING the economy. Taxpayers spent BILLIONS building roads & bridges in Iraq & Afghanistan - but NOT in America! because Infrastructure would create PRIVATE jobs and GOPers NEED a lousy economy thru November. GOP House votes to repeal Obamacare -- 33 GOP House votes for American Jobs Act-- 0
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Teabaggers have ensured I'll never vote Republican again. Now - I'm all IN for Pres. Obama and Democrats!
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Illegals don't come to the U.S. to sightsee, but to work. Employers that hire illegals are violating the law. However, GA farmers couldn't find locals last summer to harvest the crops. Some would work an hour or 2 - complain about the heat - and quit! So - produce rotted in the fields - because of GA's new strict anti-illegal law.
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Georgia's GOP legislature passed a strict anti-illegal law last Spring - and during the summer, produce ROTTED in the fields as illegal immigrants by-passed Ga. to avoid being jailed. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce supports Republicans and illegals - so don't look for an Arizona/Alabama styled law.
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Sep 30, 2011