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After Florida being listed on the UN report and the ridiculous voting shenanigans...
This is the rumble around Florida.

His popularity remains low. A Nov. 3-4 survey by Public Policy Polling, a Democratic firm, showed 48 percent of Florida voters disapproved of him, with 37 percent in support. The disapproval rating was higher among Hispanics at 58-35 percent.

The importance of Florida’s Hispanic vote was highlighted by Obama’s performance this week. Most of his strongest counties also happened to contain the state’s largest Hispanic communities — as well as sizable African-American communities where Obama was even stronger.

Former Governor Crist on Scott

For better or worse, the central principle behind the unlimited contributions to super PACs that will dominate this election cycle is simple: Money is speech, and we cannot limit speech. Yet many who hold this freedom as an article of faith are all too willing to limit an equally precious form of speech: voting.
If we don’t speak out against these abuses, we may soon learn the hard way the danger of that double standard. And a dozen years after the 2000 recount that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, my state of Florida threatens to be ground zero one more time

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And finally Huff Post today has a story and so does this link about Scott not backing down on the Healthcare Law EVEN after the re election of our president.
This man has to go.
He should be in prison
Let's make this happen.  
The man belongs in prison ...not sitting up in Tallahassee and I don't care that he was GWB's partner with the Rangers.  We proved Tuesday night all the money in the world
don't stop the PEOPLE.

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