November Talking Points–Kosmas Vote Bought With A 15-Minute Conversation

With the primaries quickly approaching (August 24), we’ll soon know who is running against Suzanne Kosmas in District 24. Whether Sandy Adams (whom I’m supporting) or one of the other challengers wins, the message point is simple: Suzanne’s principled stand against Obamacare was purchased by one 15 minute conversation that accomplished nothing.

John Kerry is no longer the biggest flip flop
John Kerry is no longer the biggest flip flop

November 6, 2009

“I am hopeful [for] a health care reform bill that truly moves our country forward towards affordable, accessible, and sustainable health care. But the House plan is not that bill, and therefore I cannot support it.

February 22, 2010

“It was my commitment to families and businesses in Florida’s 24th District to be a voice for fiscally responsible, common-sense solutions and positive change for our children and their children. Health insurance reform represents those priorities, and that is why I voted yes.

Why the change? What was her price? Well, she did get a 15 minute conversation with the President to tell him not to shut down the NASA shuttle program. I wonder how effective that was.


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