He should know better
"If there were not derivatives, there would be no bank loans at all today."
Greene faults Meek for subprime market mess
"My opponent here has accepted money from Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae (and) hosted subprime mortgage seminars."
Not really our enemies
The U.S. spends $4 billion on research and development for energy, while spending $350 billion on oil from foreign countries, "many of whom are our enemies."
Good sound byte, but much hyperbole
Jeff Greene "is the king of the undercover Credit Default Swap that brought about the destruction of our economy that we have right now."
Meek stands out on abortion
"When I become the nominee, the Democratic nominee, I will be the only pro-choice candidate on the ballot."
8 of 10 centers are in the Panhandle
"BP is setting up claims offices throughout the state."
National health care's abortion issue comes to a head in Florida turn
"Gov. Crist's veto also clears the way for taxpayer funding of abortion in Florida."
Was Crist's surprise veto political revenge?
Charlie Crist "bizarrely vetoed" $9.7 million for a teaching hospital at the University of Florida "despite having previously argued the budget request had merit."
Meek's no fan of offshore oil drilling
"Kendrick Meek is the only candidate who has consistently been against expanded drilling."
The rich guy can't run for gov
"Jeff Greene only moved from California to Florida in the last two years. In fact, he would not legally be allowed to run for any other statewide office because he has not lived here long enough to meet the residency requirement."
Said he'd "probably" give the money back, but definitely is not
On returning Republican campaign contributions.
If you're handing out refunds, we'll take one, too
"I got a letter from 20 people who said they wanted their money back, 14 never gave me a penny."
Bill changed some, Rubio changed more
On the Arizona immigration law.
One switch, one shimmy
"The governor switched his position once again on offshore oil drilling."
Now, a candidate "without party affiliation"
On whether to run for the U.S. Senate as an independent.
State may be purple, but most voters are blue or red
"By registration fewer than 20 percent of Florida voters are Independents."
Grady admits he's got no proof
Says Crist campaign website "has eliminated all references to our Republican Party."
Crist said it himself: 'Things change.'
On running for the U.S. Senate as an independent.
More debate in Washington, actually
The passage of the teacher tenure bill in the Fla. Legislature was like the health care bill in Congress because one party jammed it through.
Caught on tape
Crist sent his "top policy staffer to the House Committee to testify in support of the proposal," then vetoed the bill.
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