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Judicial Watch chairman to enter race for (FL) Senate seat
Orlando Sentinel ^
| Staff writers
Posted on 09/23/2003 2:11:58 AM PDT by Elkiejg
Republican Larry Klayman, well-known in Washington for his relentless pursuit of the Clintons during the 1990s and more recently for suing Vice President Dick Cheney, has decided he will join an already-crowded race for the U.S. Senate in Florida.
Klayman said he will seek the seat now occupied by Democrat Bob Graham, who is running for president but has not ruled out returning to the Senate for a fourth term.
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TOPICS: Front Page News; Politics/Elections; US: Florida
KEYWORDS: 2004; bobgraham; judicialwatch; larryklayman
No thanks Larry, we FL voters will stick with Weldon. Can you believe the list of RATS that are running - the bottom of the barrel.
posted on 09/23/2003 2:11:58 AM PDT
For what party?
posted on 09/23/2003 2:18:36 AM PDT
by L.N. Smithee
(Just because I don't think like you doesn't mean I don't think for myself)
a natural progression .... conman to pol
the Don and Terry Adam's case I think proves once and for all that Judicial Watch is a sham .....
Klayman and Co. give lawyers a bad name ..... Perhaps he can do as much for politicians
Have they ever won anything other than our donations?
I have heard that also Lt. Commander Jack Daily suffered more under Judicial Watch than under Russian lasers
I hope someone does an investigative piece exposing these opportunistic headline / ambulance / donation chasers for what they are
Inept frauds who take advantage of people who have been beaten by the lib-dem machine only to be taken advantage of by these hucksters
I think their purpose is to capture the confidence of people in these positions and keep them distracted with inept lawyering until they have squeezed the life (and every donation dollar) out of themLook at JW's client list and tell me one that does not fit this scenario
Klayman and Co. are like Jessie Jackson or Al Sharpton with law degrees.
posted on 09/23/2003 2:29:11 AM PDT
by Elle Bee
He may set a precedent as the first candidate ever to
subpoena people to vote for him. Of course if they decline, he'll conduct a deposition as to why not.
posted on 09/23/2003 2:35:55 AM PDT
(Whatever happened to Matt Glavin anyways hmmmmm?)
KLAYMAN FOR SENATE
VOTE FOR ME OR I'LL SUE!
posted on 09/23/2003 2:54:36 AM PDT
(I wonder if Tom McClintock will have to "make a reservation" to pay back all that money?)
To: All; Elkiejg; kristinn; Joy Angela; conservogirl; Ragtime Cowgirl; Jimmy Valentine's brother; ...
posted on 09/23/2003 4:50:16 AM PDT
by ALOHA RONNIE
(Vet-Battle of IA DRANG-1965 www.LZXRAY.com ..)
Go home larry you f#@king
jerk. You have to be a Republican to run in one of our primaries.
To: Elle Bee
I am feeling silly, still, that long ago in 1998 I sent him a few bucks.
Your comments are right on.
posted on 09/23/2003 5:39:35 AM PDT
("I want a man with grit."..................Mattie Ross of near Dardenelle in Yell County)
Yours or this one - not sure which is funnier:
ARNOLD FOR GOVENOR
VOTE FOR ME IF YOU WANT TO LIVE!
To: Chancellor Palpatine
posted on 09/23/2003 5:49:48 AM PDT
(Socialist intervention sucks.)
VOTE FOR ME OR I'LL SUE!
You mean "VOTE FOR ME OR I'LL SUE AND COLLECT DONATIONS AND NEVER EVER GO TO COURT!!!!"
This is so absurd! I think the problem is that guys like Klayman are surrounded by people telling them how wonderful they are. Then they get a little publicity, make a few splashes here and there--and all of a sudden, they get the idea that they are "important", and actually know something. I think it's a bit like the power trip a guy goes on when he's elected to some office, like head of a home owner's association--LOL!
posted on 09/23/2003 6:22:55 AM PDT
To: Howlin; Miss Marple; xzins
Klay Man - still working for the dems
I am a native of Florida, having spent most of my youth there, and I support Klayman and think that he would be just what Florida needs. Yes, he will be missed by Judicial Watch, but he has a mission. I can see him running for U.S. President in the near future.
Klayman seems a bit shady. I'm not entirely convinced that he's the best that Republicans have to offer. I'm sure not getting caught in the stupidity of "Anyone but Graham" that's going on in a similar situation over in CA. Who else is up for the primary? Anyone know?
posted on 09/23/2003 12:36:21 PM PDT
( When you vote your own principles, there's always a winner -- YOU.)
If he seems a bit "shady", then please prove it.
To: ALOHA RONNIE
Wow! I stay off the web for a while
and looks what happens!
Thanks for the news!!
Judicial Watch VS Hillary
No wonder Matt Drudge moved
to Florida, and Ann Coulter is getting
ready to move there too!
Florida is HOT and going to take Hillary Down!!
posted on 09/25/2003 12:04:21 AM PDT
by Joy Angela
(Why is Hillary's College Thesis Sealed? It's TIME to unseal Hillary's secret past.)
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