Thursday, May 24, 2018

How many déja-vu people live in Florida?



How many déja-vu people live in Florida?
What?
You don’t know?
Well how many people in Florida still believe in Political Ads?
What?
You don’t know?
Well
How many people in Florida still believe in
their person to be our next Senator?

How many people in Florida still believe in

their person for our next governor?

Well reporters
are starting to ask
these very same questions
with alarming answers!

Christopher Heath Reporter

Reported the fact about Chris Kings




He took some money from the Democratic Party to get his start run for Governor?


Christopher Heath Reporter
Reported the fact about Adam Putman
Mostly True????

Truth is sprinkled in-between so many half-truths!

Christopher Heath Reporter

Reported the fact about Rick Scott

Mostly Faults


A merry-go-round of lies, innuendo - and- dishonest statements from actors being paid by the Republican Party!

If you still do not believe me re-read

Another Media person with true Grit, print the truth!




Students against being murdered, ‘Boycott Publix store’s’!




Your Students in
Florida,
Georgia,
Tennessee
&
South Carolina,
ask you to please
BOYCOTT this store?

Our favorite,
or was our favorite grocery story,
is backing
another billionaire company
that
handed a half-million dollars to an NRA backer!

Did any Floridian happen to watch the report on Adam Putman?

Christopher Heath Reporter
Reported the fact about Adam Putman
Mostly True?
Truth was sprinkled in-between so many half-truths!
Same old lies from the same old politicians!

PLUS

If you read Publix excuse
you will find out that this is not the only candidate they back!

Although it might be that they do not back candidates that want to clean up the Florida Government
with new, better blood to work for you and not ‘Big Business’!

Fla. shooting survivors call for boycott of Publix
for donating to NRA-backed governor candidate

By Josh Delk - 05/23/18 09:44 AM EDT


Survivors of the high school shooting in Parkland, Fla.,
of a regional grocery store over its support of a National Rifle Association (NRA)-backed candidate for governor, CBS News reports.

The Publix supermarket chain is facing scrutiny over its
to Adam Putnam, a former GOP representative
and Florida's agriculture commissioner.
Putnam has taken donations from the NRA
and
touts himself as a proud gun owner.





Shoppers begin Publix boycott as chain continues supporting Adam Putnam for governor



David Jenkins, of Tampa, posted his receipt Twitter after deciding he would boycott Publix because of its support for Republican Adam Putnam. [Handout courtesy of David Jenkins]




@PublixHelps Today my groceries at Target and the local fish market came to $115.54 NOT spent at @Publix, making a total of $224.74 since May 17th.#TweettheReceipt #BoycottPublix #NeverAgain




The liberal media recently called me a sellout to the NRA. I'm a proud #NRASellout! Sign below if you are, too.

Student survivors call for boycott of Florida spring break destinations

Monday, May 21, 2018

Old Blood in Florida politics' is getting polluted!


We need 'New Blood' in Florida politics!
Why?
Because the 'Old Blood in Florida politics' is getting polluted!
Have you checked your TV lately?
Fake, Faults, half-Truths and Lies!
We need people who have all of the money that they need, they do not need or want
(Super Pac's Money and Lobbyists pestering them)!
Let’s take a look-see at
'Candidate Chris King'?
And
His 'leadership committee'

Chris Kings father was a lawyer for the Fair Districts movement, which worked to combat partisan gerrymandering in Florida by proving that the Florida Constitution was violated by the Florida state legislature when it redrew congressional and Florida State Senate district lines.

Chris' mother served 27 years as a board member, including two terms as chair, of Orlando's premier health organization, Orlando Health.

Marilyn was also
the founding Chair of Grace Medical Home,
a not-for-profit medical facility
that
serves those without affordable health care.

Chris served on both the Board of Grace Medical Home
and on the
Foundation Board of Orlando Health.

King graduated from Harvard College with a degree in Religion, Politics and American Public Policy.

He then received his Juris Doctor from the University of Florida.

He is currently a board member of the non-profit Grace Medical Home which provides medical care to uninsured Floridians.

He is also the chairman of The Elevation Foundation.

King founded the Elevation Scholars Program which works with the University of Central Florida and Orange County Public Schools to provide merit scholarships to students from Title I schools.

King also developed the Elevation Global Initiative, which works on tree reforestation, fish farming and entrepreneurship training in Haiti and areas of Africa.

Chris King, a 38-year-old lawyer, bleeding-heart businessman, Harvard graduate and Jesus-loving philanthropist, by all accounts is gifted and creative.

But it's not clear he fully grasps how nuts it is to throw much of his family's nest egg into a campaign for Florida governor when nobody knows who he is and he has virtually no experience in government or campaigns.

I say, 'Time will tell'!



Businessman and gubernatorial candidate Chris King talks to a group of gay and lesbian Democrats in Tallahassee, Fla., on Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017. (AP Photo/Brendan Farrington) FLBF103

By Adam Smith

Published: May 8, 2018

Updated: May 8, 2018 at 01:34 PM

That just-another-politician assessment, however, is deeply flawed.

Almost no one is noticing so far — he is polling in the low single digits among Democrats — but King in key respects is the standout and most unconventional candidate in a wide-open field that includes a charismatic African-American mayor, Andrew Gillum; a woman, former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham of Tallahassee; and a brash, multimillionaire Miami Beach entrepreneur, Philip Levine.

He consistently comes off as the best informed and most substantive candidate of the bunch, even though he is the only candidate with zero governing and political experience.

He is setting the agenda for other Democrats, including forcing discussion about Florida's growing affordable housing shortage.

When King linked the health of the Everglades to special interest influence, his rivals gradually followed his lead in refusing to accept campaign money from the sugar industry.


King's state leadership committee, as described by the campaigns

Another Media person with true Grit, print the truth!




One can only pray before it is once again,
Too Late,
that this now becomes the normal?
Another Media person with true Grit, print the truth!

I have a 45-year career in newspapers,
including nearly 42 years at The Tampa Tribune.
Florida is wacky, wonderful, unpredictable
and
a national force.
It's a treat to have a front-row seat for it all.

Joe Henderson:

Rick Scott following familiar campaign formula vs. Bill Nelson

Joe Henderson

3 hours ago


The only way to avoid Rick Scott’s ad blitz thus far in his campaign for the U.S. Senate is to unplug your TV set and, well, who wants to do that?

Republicans believe Pelosi is such a hot-button item that merely hearing her name or seeing her face will send thousands of voters stampeding to the polls to back any GOP candidate.

Scott is not above playing the guilt-by-association game, either.
was to label Republican front-runner Bill McCollum as liberal for supporting — wait for it “pro-abortion and pro-homosexual”
Rudy Giuliani in the 2008 presidential primary.
Painting McCollum was (and is) laughable, except it worked.

Scott then put “let’s get to work” on an endless loop that we’re still repeating eight years later, and I guess he figures if a little distortion worked before, why mess with success?

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Only one of the Media has the guts to tell the truth


Tricky Rickie
I told you so

Only one of the Media has the guts
to tell the truth about
Rick Scott
and his
Republican Liars Pac!


WFTV Channel 9 News
with
Christopher Heath Reporter
reported the fact about his lying!


Fact-check: Scott's 1st attack ad against Nelson

Published on May 18, 2018

Governor Scott is on pace to spend almost 50 million dollars in


 Christopher heath on eyewitness news

May 18th 2018,

On Rick Scott’s republican-PAC!

About Senator Bill Nelson.

Christopher heath picks apart the Republican Pac new ad
All of the people in the Republican Pac Ad are
‘Paid Actors’
not ‘Floridians’!

Senator Bill Nelson does cross party-line
when it is good for Florida and the Country!

Video: 

Fact-check: Scott's 1st attack ad against Nelson

Published on May 18, 2018

Governor Scott is on pace to spend almost 50 million dollars in


This is the two hard at work making things up

just to get Scott elected!

Let’s Get to Work,

a political committee
Florida gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott’s wife, is at it again
falsely claiming that Attorney General Bill McCollum used a “chartered airplane”
to commute to work and charged taxpayers $280,000.
McCollum has access to a state plane,
but it’s not true that he uses it to commute.
And the amount of money he spent on air travel —
all of it involving state business — is exaggerated.


Fact - Check “Let’s Get to Work”


Fact - Check “Let’s Get to Work”
I know that a fact is
"If I cover all of the (False Claims),
I will lose my readers so at least read a few?

Florida’s Governor has Fact-Checked
(Poured money against),
everyone that had the nerve to get in his way to the top
ever since leaving the navy,
and maybe even longer.

So

Can a citizen of Florida do the same thing to him?

Let’s Get to Work – On the Facts


Posted on July 22, 2010


Let’s Get to Work, a political committee largely financed by Florida gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott’s wife, is at it again — falsely claiming that Attorney General Bill McCollum used a “chartered airplane” to commute to work and charged taxpayers $280,000. McCollum has access to a state plane, but it’s not true that he uses it to commute. And the amount of money he spent on air travel — all of it involving state business — is exaggerated.


Fact-Checking Rick Scott on Abortion


Posted on July 6, 2010



Did the Stimulus Create Jobs?


Yes, the stimulus legislation increased employment, despite false Republican claims to the contrary.


Posted on September 27, 2010


Scott’s attack on Charlie Crist




"Obamacare will drive 2.5 million Americans out of the workforce."

— Rick Scott on Monday, March 24th, 2014 in a television ad from Let's Get to Work



Rick Scott's political committee says CBO report describes Obamacare as jobs killer


Rick Scott's political committee says Obamacare has led to 300,000 health plans canceled


By Amy Sherman on Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 at 12:04 p.m.


Charlie Crist on Obamacare: "Great"

83,429 views


Let's Get to Work Published on Mar 24, 2014 Obamacare hurts Floridians, but Charlie Crist thinks it's GREAT.


Fact-checking Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s U.S. Senate announcement speech

By Allison Graves, Amy Sherman on Monday, April 9th, 2018 at 3:22 p.m.



Florida Gov. Rick Scott made it illegal for doctors to talk to patients about guns, TV ad says



By Amy Sherman on Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 at 3:57 p.m.


No Truth to ‘No Bid’


Posted on October 1, 2010


Fact Check Scotts first attack ad against Nelson

Friday, May 18, 2018

Too busy to take time to make fake news!


Dear Friends,

The U.S. Senate voted Wednesday to restore the strong net neutrality rules that were put in place to protect American consumers' access to the internet.

These rules were put in place for a reason - to keep the Internet free and open for everyone.

Ever since the FCC voted in December to repeal these rules and turn control of the Internet over to the Internet service providers, I've heard from thousands of Floridians about why we need to keep these open internet protections in place.

In fact, I can think of no other issue where folks seemed to be so united on the same side of an issue as they are in support of these net neutrality rules.

The American people understand what's at stake.

They don't want their websites blocked or their Internet access slowed down.

And they certainly don't want their Internet service providers deciding what they can see or do online.

That's why I was proud to join with 51 other senators today in voting to overturn the FCC's reckless move to undo these rules.

And I will continue to urge my colleagues in the House to do the same so we can keep the Internet free and open, as it is today.

If you have a minute,
you can watch what I said
on the Senate floor just before the vote: