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Hobnobs: Are We Pimping Out Our Candidates?

By Mickey Spencer

I have been watching the political scene here in central Florida more closely than ever. I know a lot of you have been scrutinizing it as well. We all sense the urgent need to get involved. However, we’re also realizing some of the aspects of the political scene that are a good part of why we’ve stayed away from it in the past.

Specifically, I’m referring to the people who do everything in their power to turn educating and informing the electorate about their options into a money making venture. These groups of people who do this would likely do the proverbial Good Samaritan act of helping an elderly lady cross the street… and then they’d hand her a bill for their services.

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Hobnobs: Are We Pimping Out Our Candidates?

By Mickey Spencer

I have been watching the political scene here in central Florida more closely than ever. I know a lot of you have been scrutinizing it as well. We all sense the urgent need to get involved. However, we’re also realizing some of the aspects of the political scene that are a good part of why we’ve stayed away from it in the past.

Specifically, I’m referring to the people who do everything in their power to turn educating and informing the electorate about their options into a money making venture. These groups of people who do this would likely do the proverbial Good Samaritan act of helping an elderly lady cross the street… and then they’d hand her a bill for their services.

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Caveat Victor

By the time you read this it is possible that votes have been cast in the August 24 primary election in Florida. Absentee ballots we scheduled to be mailed on July 15th. Early voting is just weeks away and the main event occurs on August 24th. Only a few days are left for Floridians to register if they have not already done so.

As I drive back and forth to work I see one candidate’s crew has lined the public thoroughfare with signs, most of which will become litter in a few days. Others have posted mini billboards. Those candidates with big budgets are beginning to advertise on television and some have already been placing ads on the radio, though I only listen to satellite radio.

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Congressional Cash and More

Editor’s Note – A fairly comprehensive look at each of the 25 Florida Congressional races, including money raised and who looks the strongest.

In just about every race that has an encumbent running, the disparity in money raised is very noticable. An indication that the system is rigged? And, pay attention to who has the most PAC contributions, most notably Suzanne Kosmas, who’d be in trouble without it.

Follow the link at the bottom of the post to look at individual races.

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George P. Bush & Jeb Bush, Jr. endorse Daniel Webster

George P. Bush & Jeb Bush, Jr. endorse Daniel Webster

ORLANDO, FL – Today, Daniel Webster received the endorsements of two conservative activists, George P. Bush and Jeb Bush, Jr, sons of Governor Jeb Bush.

“Daniel Webster changed the way government did business in Tallahassee. Dan made government more efficient, more transparent, and more accountable. He will do the same in Washington,” said Jeb Bush, Jr. “I look forward campaigning soon with Mr. Webster in Central Florida.”

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O'Donoghue Continues to Dominate GOP Money Race

O’Donoghue Continues to Dominate GOP Money Race

Conservative small businessman reports more than double cash-on-hand than closest primary opponents

(Winter Park, Fl)– Conservative small businessman Bruce O’Donoghue today announced that his campaign for Congress banked nearly $173,000 in the second quarter of 2010, raising over $475,000 for his campaign overall – almost twice the amount of his nearest competitor in the 8th Congressional District’s Republican primary.

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Craig Miller Announces 6 Members Of His Finance Team

For Immediate Release
Contact: Jon Miller
Phone: 407-949-4303

Craig Miller Announces 6 Members Of His Finance Team

Seminole County Republican businessman Craig Miller, candidate for District 24’s U.S. Congressional Seat, today announced six key members of his finance team. All are notable names within the Central Florida Community.

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Early Signs of 2012 Power

Editor’s Note – With Obama’s approval rating reaching new lows almost daily, and many in America beginning to realize that ‘Change and Hope’ was little more than […]

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The Left's Psychological Assault on Independence

By Jason Hoyt

The American Thinker recently published an article backed by research and published findings regarding a topic that seems to have risen to a boiling point in America, especially with this administration’s stated goal of “social justice”.

For a over a century now, the progressive left has assaulted our national as well as individual independence, and many communities have fallen for their dangerous promises.

With so many Americans engaged in this great political awakening, we must determine how to engage troubled communities throughout this great country and dislodge them from the bondage of dependence and victimization. If we don’t, who will?

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Sandy Adams Named to NRCC Young Guns

Sandy Adams Named to NRCC Young Guns

Orlando, FL – In display of continued forward movement the National Republican Congressional Campaign Committee (NRCC) has announced Sandy Adams has achieved “On the Radar” status in the Young Guns candidate development program.

Sandy surpassed the benchmark requirements of the first tier of the program; having raised nearly $400,000 to date, and earning recognition as a formidable candidate against Suzanne Kosmas.

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Sandy Adams Named to NRCC Young Guns

Sandy Adams Named to NRCC Young Guns

Orlando, FL – In display of continued forward movement the National Republican Congressional Campaign Committee (NRCC) has announced Sandy Adams has achieved “On the Radar” status in the Young Guns candidate development program.

Sandy surpassed the benchmark requirements of the first tier of the program; having raised nearly $400,000 to date, and earning recognition as a formidable candidate against Suzanne Kosmas.

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Grand Jury: X-Way Authority Paid Guetzloe 'Hush Money'

Editor’s Note – Just for clarity purposes, this is the same Doug Guetzloe who identifies himself as the political consultant for the Florida TEA Party political party. And, yes, the attorney mentioned in this story, Fred O’Neal, is the current chairman of the TEA Party.

For further clarity, the Florida TEA Party political party is not a representation of the tea party movement, does not have the support of the movement and has no recognized leaders from the movement on board. Many have classified this endeavor as little more than ‘identity theft’.

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