Like that slimy mold and mildew that shows up uninvited on bathroom tile, such is the political chameloen, Charlie Crist.
Once again, the former Florida governor is at it again. In 2010, Crist e ran what supposed to have been an encoronation-election, for the US Senate seat. Despite the full weight of Florida's RNC supporting him, Crist lost miserably against Marco Rubio.
It was then that the former Schwarzenegger-style republican began his political metamorphosis. Seeing how the TEA party had defied the RNC, by putting Rubio in the lead, Crist then decided to run as an Independent. As you all know, he still lost by a lot.
After that, in 2012, with backing from the far left Orlando based law firm, Morgan & Morgan, Charlie Crist started yet another run for governor. But this tine as a democrat. And the law firm came up with a strategy to guaranree a win for a change. Morgan & Morgan lobbied to get pot legalization on the 2012 ballot. Obviously, at least imo, in the hopes of drawing the youth vote to take the election, But, yet again, Crist still lost. "Sorry, Charlie!".
Well, here we go again! The "chameleon" is back. And the political seat-du-jour is now opening in the House. The seat is being vacated by U.S Rep. David Jolly (R) who had announced that he'd give up his 13th Congressional District chair to run for Marco Rubio's senate seat. And, yes, Charlie Crist is running as a democrat. What a "surprise", huh. I was kinda hoping that he'd take a shot at running as a Socialist this time around. You know, like Bernie Sanders is; and quite successfully, I might add.
The question is can he win this time around? Lets hope that his track record remains consistent, shall we.