It is about what he believes is

It is about what he believes is

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new hammer time

Richmond, VA

#2 Mar 7, 2013
euobd wrote:
successes (like this) that he has experienced over the past four a long time...
Charlie Crist's Independent Senate Bid in Florida
Florida Governor Charlie Crist exited the Republican senate primary with considerably fanfare this evening, saying his intention to run without having social gathering affiliation ahead of a hometown crowd of supporters in St. Petersburg and under the vibrant lights of a captivated national media. His determination not only released a captivating three-way Senate race, however the swift flight of his top campaign staff along with a volley of Republican invectives from Tallahassee to D.C.
The most stinging rebuke came from previous Florida Governor Jeb Bush, a long-time, behind-the-scenes foe. I'm not amazed, Bush said inside a statement. This choice is not about coverage or ideas. It is about what he believes is in his political self-interest.
In his speech, Crist insisted he was putting the requirements of the men and women 1st, fairly predictably railing against a damaged political system. Regardless of whether it had been his foremost enthusiasm or not, there s little doubt the shift enhances his probability of getting elected on the Senate in November. Just not by very much.
If Crist, who was trailing conservative darling Marco Rubio by double digits within a major match-up, was stone chilly dead yesterday, he could now qualify as obtaining a faint pulse. However the governor is really a grasp of affable flesh-pressing and offers a formidable fundraising record, he ll be going through a tricky race using a skeleton crew of staffers and organizers the cost of leaving get together institution powering along with a severely constrained donor pool. He ll need to stretch each penny and rely heavily on cost-free media to go over the shortfall. His woes prolong outside of mere logistics as well; the figures don t incorporate up well to the governor. Crist would most likely have to win more than far more Republicans than again him now a tall order right after ditching the
trash this shyt.....we are not interested in a has-been

Richmond, VA

#3 Mar 13, 2013
Boo hoo

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