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  • I agree. McCollum and Rubio.

    James Webert said:
    I see this is an old posting. Hopefully by now, you are looking at Christ as a Rhino (90% Republicrat). My Choice for Governor is Bill McCollum. Rubio to go to Washington. Along with People like Allen West.
    McCollum is a native Floridian, solid conservative, and experienced public servant who spent 20 years in the U.S. Congress.
    McCollum first went to Washington as a congressman when Ronald Reagan entered the White House in 1981. He has remained a steadfast Reaganite, voting consistently for lower taxes, less government spending, and a strong national defense.
    Well before Sept. 11, 2001, McCollum formed the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism when so many in Washington wanted to ignore the issue.
    As Florida’s attorney general, McCollum has been a fighter and has shown real leadership. After Obamacare was signed into law, McCollum didn’t hesitate. He immediately sued to stop the federal healthcare overhaul, arguing it was unconstitutional: The federal government cannot force citizens to buy private insurance.
    McCollum also has pushed for a crackdown on illegal aliens. He strongly supports implementing Arizona’s tough new immigration law in Florida.
    Rubio or Christ?
    While I supported Christ for Governor, I'm not so sure that he'll be the best candidate for Senate.
  • I see this is an old posting. Hopefully by now, you are looking at Christ as a Rhino (90% Republicrat). My Choice for Governor is Bill McCollum. Rubio to go to Washington. Along with People like Allen West.
    McCollum is a native Floridian, solid conservative, and experienced public servant who spent 20 years in the U.S. Congress.
    McCollum first went to Washington as a congressman when Ronald Reagan entered the White House in 1981. He has remained a steadfast Reaganite, voting consistently for lower taxes, less government spending, and a strong national defense.
    Well before Sept. 11, 2001, McCollum formed the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism when so many in Washington wanted to ignore the issue.
    As Florida’s attorney general, McCollum has been a fighter and has shown real leadership. After Obamacare was signed into law, McCollum didn’t hesitate. He immediately sued to stop the federal healthcare overhaul, arguing it was unconstitutional: The federal government cannot force citizens to buy private insurance.
    McCollum also has pushed for a crackdown on illegal aliens. He strongly supports implementing Arizona’s tough new immigration law in Florida.
  • Absolutely NOT Christ; he appears firmly sewn in to the pocket of the administration. I wish Rubio came off stronger in his interviews and provided more confidence in his backbone. Every day in my mail box is something from Rick Scott. His website is lackluster and says little of value. Did he commit Medicare Fraud when CEO of a Florida Hospital? What's up with that? Scott needs to tell us more about what he will do.
  • I haven't taken the time to research the Governor position. I sure hope that there is a true Conservative in there somewhere. As for the Senate...it's Rubio! Crist just seems too wishy-washy.

    Todd E. Anderson said:
    As of right now, Crist just seems too liberal ("Obamaish") for my liking. Personally, I like Scott for Governor and Rubio for Congress.
    Rubio or Christ?
    While I supported Christ for Governor, I'm not so sure that he'll be the best candidate for Senate.
  • As of right now, Crist just seems too liberal ("Obamaish") for my liking. Personally, I like Scott for Governor and Rubio for Congress.
  • While you are "not so sure" I am 100% sure Christ is not the person I want representing me in congress!
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