Skip to comments.Marco Rubio leads by 16, Alex Sink leads by 8
Posted on 09/14/2010 11:55:52 AM PDT by Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus
A Sept. 11 Fox News poll (MoE +/- 3%) has Marco Rubio with 43 percent, Charlie Crist with 27 and Kendrick Meek with 21. Alex Sink leads Rick Scott 49 percent to 41.
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Ah, another conservative eager to help Obama in a skirt get elected. Great. Good thing you don't care about Obama's socialized healthcare, because that lawsuit will end as soon as she's elected. What's one less state standing in opposition? Don't like your guns? Good, because Obama in a skirt will gladly take them from you. You say you like open borders? Excellent. Alex Sink likes them too. If you think tenure for teachers is good for public education then you're gonna love helping Alex get elected. Higher taxes to pay for more spending? With your support it can become a reality. Are you pro-abortion? Well, whaddya know, so is Alex. Do ya love what Obama is doing in DC? So does Alex.
Yeah, there's so much to be gained from sitting on the sidelines. Getting nothing that we want is the best way to teach those Republicans a lesson. Now, let's go on FR and tell everyone we're going to help a rat get elected. Good grief. McCollum is still pouting and whining about being denied his entitlement while the state's future rests in the balance. The stupid party marches on. I never expected to see suicide conservatives on FR, but here they are.
What a disappointment.
I’d love to run away with him :-)
I was about to treat your post with some legitimacy until you dropped the Bush family nonsense. That tells me youre very unfamiliar with Jeb Bush at the minimum.
Rubio is not pro-amnesty. Period.
How is an opportunistic party-jumper like Crist better?
Thank you for the information.
Reno and Clinton went after him and all Healthcare Execs in the 90’s that lobbied and killed Hillary care !
he was warned and so were other Execs that they would pay and they did.
You can charge any company of Medicare fraud because their is a huge gray area in the billing rules which change daily and are made retroactively .
Reno and Clinton knew that and used it as a weapon.
I just love how all these uninformed posters make these
All healthcare execs were warned not to lobby against Hillarycare or they would pay and boy did some pay.
Scott was not convicted of anything but he was SMEARED for life by false claims of Medicare fraud by Hillary / Reno.
Columbia / HCA settled with the Justice dept because these non stop claims being intentionally leaked by Hillary/ Reno justice dept was killing the stock price and preventing
a upcoming planned mergers and spin offs.
Scott was not convicted of anything but he was guilty of killing Hillarycare and Reno went after him and paid with a life time smear.
The radical left know how to destroy people using the power of the Justice Dept .
Reno and Hillary knew charging people with Medicare fraud is like charging them with child molester charges.
Your guilty once the headline hits the front page and if the charges are dropped well that does not get reported. In fact, Reno made her name charging innocent people of child molesting in Dade county . All her convictions were quietly overturned with no headlines !
No. And really, by the end of the primary McCollum's numbers were in the tank as well.
We'll see if Scott can effectively drop the hammer on Sink. Lord knows she's a disaster waiting to happen.
Scott and McCollum’s ugly primary and the fact that McCollum stubbornly refuses to endorse Scott are the culprits in the governor’s race. Hopefully Rubio can pull Scott across the finish line.
Scott won because he’s the outsider. McCollum was the establishment-backed candidate. And the Florida GOP voters want nothing to do with the state GOP. The voters did the same thing by rejecting Charlie Crist and backing Rubio. The Florida GOP establishment has lost control. They are facing a revolt from their own voters.
Same thing is happening right now in Delaware. The voters would rather lose the election than allow a RINO or an establishment candidate to win. Voters now want outsiders and a new kind of politician than these career guys.
I have been extremely unimpressed by the Rick Scott/anti-Sink commercials. Confusing, weird, and lame. He had excellent commercials in the summer; I really think that’s what helped him win. The bizarre “here are your orders from Washington” spot is just strange.
Sink’s commercials grate on me b/c I find her voice to be very annoying. But she does at least talk about issues. And I am NOT a supporter of hers by any means.
Nope. It's not an "open" primary here in FL. You've got to be a registered member of a party to vote in the primary.
Speaking as a Republican in FL, you are 100% spot-on correct. I am SO sick of the GOP "establishment" here, I could puke.
“Scott’s a crook, we (republicans) did this to ourselves.”
Hey Robbin, don’t be so rough on yourself.
Do some research. Rick Scott was never even accused of wrong doing, much less charged or convicted.
Hundreds of hospitals were targeted and fined in the Clinton smackdown of hospitals including Columbia HCA. They didnt conform to Hillarycare. I was surprised Duke University Hospital was one. I am an original Memphian, and I couldnt believe our St. Jude Childrens Hospital in Memphis was another.
Do yourself and all patriots a favor. Vote Scott.
That Alex Sink looks like a Nancy Pelosi-wannabe!
And I don’t mean that in a good way!
Good news in Florida.
Then you are a fool. Because redistricting is coming up and for a Republican to win nationally they need Florida. Pray tell how our interests are served by allowing a Democrat to redesign districts?
I don’t care how bad he may or may not be. The other guy was no prize himself. Redistricting trumps quality of candidates. People can fight over Senators all they want but when it comes to the Governor races it is necessary to pull that lever for the “r” ONLY until lines are redrawn. I don’t advocate people swallowing principles on the whole anymore, but on this issue I do. Can’t fight for a good candidate if Democrats gerrymander the ability to get one elected out of existence.
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