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2010 Race of the Day: Taking Aim at Alan Grayson

I would like to make a special request of our readers in discussing the current race in Florida’s 8th Congressional District. Please forward this article to any of your friends and family because Alan Grayson must lose this November for the good of our nation.

For the past year-and-a-half, the good folks of Florida’s 8th Congressional District have been politically terrorized by Democrat Alan Grayson. Despite representing a swing district, Grayson has garnered a reputation as one of the most radically left-wing and behaviorally insane members of Congress.

In late August, Republicans nominated top-tier GOP candidate Dan Webster, a solid conservative, true gentleman and committed public servant in an effort to send Grayson back to the planet from which he came.

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Video; DisGrayson District 8

The West Orlando Tea Party released their second video entitled DisGrayson District 8. The video rewinds back over the last two years with some of Alan’s shining moments. It also serves to remind voters that they are responsible for electing competent officials and that being complacent does have consequences.

When we were in DC last week, there was a buzz (boos) about Grayson when people learned we were from Orlando. “Are y’all getting rid of Grayson” one patriot asked while we were at the Mall during the Restoring Honor Rally.

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Report: Insurance Costs For U.S. Workers Have Surged This Year

‘Under the plan, if you like your current health insurance, nothing changes, except your costs will go down by as much as $2,500 per year.’

The above claim was a major selling point by Barack Obama in duping American’s to support ObamaCare. It can still be found on the web site he created for the non-existent ‘Office of the President-Elect’

This is example 1,264 that ObamaCare will actually increase costs, reduce the quality and availability of care and wreak havoc on the medical industry. And 37% in this country still support it. Which is a strong indication that 37% of Americans have absolutely no idea what is in this legislation and are supporting it stricly from an ideology standpoint. Very dangerous…