Friday, January 10, 2014

Florida Republican Head Says Christie Is "Welcome" For Fundraising



ORLANDO, Florida – The Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida said Friday night that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is welcome in Florida to raise money for the party despite recent corruption allegations.

Lenny Curry said, “It’s a New Jersey issue.  He (Christie) addressed it directly.  He’s an asset and we welcome it.”
Curry also commented on recent attacks by Florida gubernatorial Democratic candidate on Republican Governor Rick Scott.  Crist is a former Republican Florida governor.

“The governor (Scott) will run on his record.  We’ll keep repeating the jobs numbers until everyone gets it,” Curry said.  “We will also point out Charlie’s record, especially as it relates to the atrocious act (President Obama’s Affordable Care Act).”  Crist favored the passage of “ObamaCare.”
RPOF officials touted a Quinnipiac poll that Crist’s positives are down 8% and his negatives are up 9% from March to November 2013.  The noted that Scott’s positives are up 6% and negatives are down 4% in the same time period.

11 comments:

  1. That is exactly why Scott will not be re elected. He does not care that millions of floridians are without health insurance.

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    1. Perhaps Scott thinks it is more important to have health care than health insurance. And, with Medicaid and ER there is no reason for all Floridians not to have it.

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  2. Christie is either corrupt or inept: of course the republicans would welcome him...

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    1. Christie is a bum. Look at New Jersey in Atlantic City. He gave millions of the taxpayers $$ to the Revel Casino along with tons of tax breaks --the end result was siphoning off the revenue from other casino's and putting thousands out of work. And the Revel is in BANKRUPTCY. He's as corrupt as they come.
      So what else is NEW.

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  3. I never wonder why so many people from N.Y. or N.J. live here. Slimy polititions, high taxes, horrible traffic

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    1. You are familiar with Rick Scott right? He takes slimy to levels Chris Christies couldn't touch. He was the CEO of the company that defrauded the US government of hundreds of millions of dollars in medicare fraud.

      Chris Christie is a mob backed Jersey Bully Thug, a two-bit hatchet man who's 15 minutes are about to expire.

      They come here for the tax haven and the weather. Our traffic sucks too, so do our politicians. They do not make honest ones anymore, they are all crony-crooks...

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  4. I am sincerely hoping this bridge thing destroys his political career. He's a liberal whackjob that is just another professional politician.

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    1. He is a republican you dolt. He may not be Cruz or Bachman level tea-party-crazy, (which is utterly un-electable) but he is a crony capitalist and has more in common with them than not.

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  5. Why is it that you so-called "conservatives" haven't realized that thuggery, cronyism, and bad behavior are par for the course in the GOP?

    It comes as no surprise to me that the Florida GOP would welcome this bloated, gas-bag, lying crony-capitalist. Morals do not apply to the GOP unless we are talking about gay people, minorities, abortion, and non-christians. For all your talk of "family values and freedom" you sure love to hate and control what others do..

    I guess you get the candidate you deserve..no I am not a Democrat, nor did I vote for BO, but then, I am not a partisan-bot,I see the two-party system for what it is: a means to divide and conquer.

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  6. Keep that POS out of Florida! If you want to lose my vote go ahead. Let the Governor know that I also have a dog that is part of the family and not just an election prop!

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  7. Thanks for the information provided. Unfortunately, corruption issues still take place but it’s hard to make statements if nothing is proved yet. Thus, I think that it’s not bad that the governor can come and help to raise money. It’s important to continue doing the good things despite all the complicated circumstances. By the way, you can check this reliable site and get helpful information about money and finance. Thanks!
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