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Old 11-06-2006, 10:55 PM
 
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If Elliot Spitzer was the Attorney General here instead of Crist, the insurance companies would never have been able to get away with double and triple increases. Spitzer would be suing and investigating them.

Charlie Crist seems like a nice guy, but he doesn't hae my vote. Dont know a thing about Davis except that he's not a republican. The republicans own this state and have given it to the insurance companies and the real estate developers, not to speak of the education system, where Neil Bush is making a fortune off this fcat test. In order to pass you have to buy his CD about the test...those bushes have every angle to rip off the citizens.

VOTE D all the way.
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Old 11-07-2006, 10:52 PM
 
Location: FL
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Jim Davis is a "tax and spend" Democrat. (Seem to recall California recalling a Governor Davis) Just what we don't need in Florida. Why would I ever vote for a candidate who has already promised to raise taxes?

I work and am not retired. I think Crist is a great choice for governor and I have already voted for Crist.
Me too & he won!!!
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Old 11-08-2006, 05:35 PM
 
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Me too & he won!!!

It is a SAD day in Florida where people voted in the same problem (Christ) and then voted AWAY their right to change laws!
Too many people did NOT do their homework and the man with the MOST television time won! Just goes to show that money IS power!!
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Old 11-08-2006, 07:42 PM
 
Location: FL
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I am totally shocked that amendment 3 won!!!!!!!! Horrible!
But I sure am glad davis lost! UGH! Sounds like kerry! Hey- when your taxes don't increase you'll appreciate having a republican gov!!!
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:13 PM
 
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I am totally shocked that amendment 3 won!!!!!!!! Horrible!
But I sure am glad davis lost! UGH! Sounds like kerry! Hey- when your taxes don't increase you'll appreciate having a republican gov!!!
HELLOOOOOOO We have had a Republican Governor and our Taxes and Insurance has skyrocketed! As for Charlie Crist, he doesn’t give a crap about homeowners....he rents! Seems to me that Florida is again behind the rest of the United States, did you see who MOST states voted for change! Sadly enough I am a registered Republican that is MOST disappointed with our party, shame on them for the mess they have gotten us in! By the way the only people who have to worry about their "taxes" going up is the top 1%....you know them the millionaires, like the CEO's of Statefarm and Allstate!
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