Crist spent money on the manse, too
Says Rick Scott "spent $800,000 of your tax dollars upgrading the Governor's Mansion."
Law doesn't prove Zimmerman's motivation
The "stand your ground" law caused the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
$350M for typical Florida water projects
"We have spent $350 million to deal with sea-level rise" in the Miami area and "hundreds of millions of dollars to deal with coral reefs."
Veto followed by later funding increases
"Rick Scott vetoed funding for 30 Florida rape crisis centers. Scott said the centers weren’t needed."
Not immediately on leaving jail
Says Charlie Crist wants felons who "commit a heinous crime" such as "intentional permanent disfigurement of a child, you walk out of jail, you immediately get to vote."
Two different bills on two separate subjects
Says property insurance rates are going up because Rick Scott signed a bill preventing the state from regulating insurance.
Despite hiccups, things are on track
Photos prove the Denver light rail system has low ridership.
There's little chance the Legislature would have acted
Says Charlie Crist could have expanded Medicaid after the health care law passed but didn't.
Both came to support it after opposing it
Rick Scott says he supported in-state tuition for Dreamers while Charlie Crist was against it.
Jobs claim derailed in 2011
Says high-speed rail would have created 60,000 jobs.
Rates are higher under Scott
"While (Charlie Crist) was governor, utility costs went up 30 percent and went from below the national average to above the national average. Since I got elected, utility rates have come down 11 percent and now we are below the average."
If bill would have changed nothing why veto it?
Says a bill he vetoed to give driver licenses to certain immigrants known as Dreamers would have changed "nothing."
No votes in the Senate during his term
Says Charlie Crist "voted against minimum wage when he was in the Senate."
Crist signed a 2008 amendment that doesn't apply here
Says Jeb Bush -- not Charlie Crist -- signed legislation that let Duke Energy collect money for nuclear projects.
The evidence doesn't add up to 3,000
"3,000 teachers lost their jobs when (Crist) was governor."
Studies vary widely on the number and experts say it is hard to pinpoint
If Florida expanded Medicaid, "some studies indicate it would create about 120,000 jobs."
There are escape clauses, but don't bet on it
The Greenlight Pinellas 1-cent sales tax "is permanent, we never get to vote on this again."
First he said on top of natural growth, then he denied it
Says Rick Scott changed his promise from 700,000 jobs created "on top of what normal growth would be" to just 700,000 jobs.
Lots of actors in Digital Domain failure but wasn't a Ponzi scheme
Says Charlie Crist "is embroiled in a fraud case for steering taxpayer money to a de facto Ponzi scheme."
Perhaps in the nation, but not in Florida
"The CBO says if we raise the minimum wage the way Charlie (Crist) wants to do it, it would lose 500,000 jobs."
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