Statements about Message Machine 2010

"Alex Sink funneled three quarters of a million dollars in no-bid contracts to Bank of America."

"Rick Scott's prison plan would cut Florida's prison budget in half, close prisons, and release tens of thousands of prisoners early -- murderers, rapists, sex offenders, armed robbers, drug dealers."

When Tallahassee politicians and bureaucrats tried to run our schools, "I've stood up to them to protect local control."

Says Daniel Webster wants to make divorce illegal, even for abused wives.

Says Daniel Webster thinks wives should submit to their husbands.

Marco Rubio tried to insert "$1.5 million for a rowing institute" into the state budget.

State pension fund staffers "lost billions. Then Sink gave them bonuses."

Ed Schultz said Alan Grayson is "what it's all about."

"700 jobs (were) lost because Allen Boyd" voted for the health care bill.

Allen West called Social Security a "Ponzi scheme" and said "this country's got to get on sound footing by destroying it."  

"I’m the only one who's fought against developers draining the Everglades!"

"When career politician Daniel Webster became speaker of the House, he wasted $32,000 of our money on a spiral staircase for his office."

"The IRS filed an $11,000 lien against (Allen) West for back taxes. Three liens were placed on his home for unpaid bills, and a judge ordered West to pay over $5,000 for past due credit card bills."

"(Jeff) Atwater's bank was so weak that just a few months ago it was shut down by the FDIC."

"Reporters have uncovered another Scott company accused of criminal acts. But Scott won't come clean."

Bill McCollum "backed Jim Greer's effort to hide financial irregularities."

"Warren Buffett called credit default swaps financial weapons of mass destruction. And Greene was the first individual to use them."

"Bill McCollum voted for higher taxes and fees 42 times while he was in Congress."

"Kendrick Meek was named one of the two most corrupt Democrats in Congress by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington."

"Jeff Greene can buy anything" ...  he owns two mansions.

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