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.
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.
Checking the calendar
Says Rick Scott "didn’t even come to his own education summit. But he did take time to go to the tea party convention the same week."
Florida took the lead in 2007
"I am very proud, as governor of Florida, that we signed the first divestment act, as it relates to Iran, divesting any investments in companies that would invest in Iran."
A rare double endorsement
Says Marco Rubio said that "people who essentially don't agree with him, ought to leave the country, like Keith Olbermann."
Crist a straight shooter on gun rights
"Gov. Crist has never wavered in his support of the Second Amendment, the right to bear arms."
Charlie Crist and Florida's Panhandle Total BFFs
"I have spent virtually every weekend since Memorial Day in the Panhandle."
He was not a lifelong Republican
"Actually, Reagan was a Democrat before he was a Republican."
2004 was a good year
Marco Rubio's "income skyrocketed while his power increased."
Less taxes coming in
"Due to ... tax cuts and lower (property) values, 2009 property taxes were almost $3 billion below 2007 property taxes."
Crime stats show a drop
"We are now seeing a decrease in violent crime."
Yes, he supported "reasonable restrictions"
"Speaker Rubio supported gun restrictions that included background checks and waiting periods."
Obama said negotiations would be on TV
"President Obama has broken his pledge to the American people to be transparent throughout (health care reform negotiations)."
By a long ways
Charlie Crist broke the quarter "record for fundraising in a U.S. Senate race in Florida."
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