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drluch Donating Member (42 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-30-06 07:37 PM
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I need a Katherine Harris goofball fix. Anybody have a link
to the latest news on that hag?
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3waygeek Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-30-06 07:41 PM
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1. Here you go...
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ChiciB1 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-30-06 08:55 PM
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4. And Many Many Endorse Jim Davis Too!
Only problem, Cruella is a GONER... Jim Davis is fighting but polls aren't showing much!

I simply CAN NOT WAIT until the WITCH is GONE!!! Happy Halloweeeennnniiieee Cruella!!

I'm still looking for that "special" person to run against Nelson next time out!

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ddeclue Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-30-06 10:28 PM
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5. Crist made a total fool out of himself tonight on statewide TV in the debate.
Tonight there were two great sound bites from the Crist - Davis - Linn debate here in Florida:

Crist tripped and stumbled badly and repeatedly fell on his own sword out of his own stupidity...

First one was when Crist told us when asked about gay marriage that he "believed in the sanctity of marriage, like he had before his divorce".

Can I get a Jon Stewart whaaaaaaa????????

The second one was when Crist when asked about the crime rate here in Florida (by the way he is State Attorney General) made the statement that:

"the only violent crime that hasn't gone down is murder"...

Hey what's a few murders here and there.... it's "just" murder... this in a state where the murder rate has been skyrocketing in the last year...


All Davis needs to do to win is to run these two clips from the debate as his commercials from now to the election... I think the murder one should be prefaced with a dead pan announcer:

"And now a messsage from the Attorney General of Florida"...

Play the sound bite....
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ashling Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-30-06 08:33 PM
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2. here's a couple of things

Analysis: Harris stumbles to the finish line
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. Unconventional is one way to describe the troubled Senate campaign of Republican Katherine Harris.
Florida editorial page writers went with "bizarre" and "freak show."

Here are as few of the hard hitting and inciteful (or is it "insightful"? nah} questions that she had to answer befor getting the endorsement of the Florida Baptist Witness:

What is your personal religious faith?

I am a Christian.

Are you involved in a local place of worship? If so, in what way?

Yes. Calvary Chapel in Sarasota is my base. I was raised in a godly family: my grandfather was a missionary in Africa and my aunt and uncle were missionaries in India and now they head up Arab World Missions. I accepted Christ at the age of eight after watching the Billy Graham film Run Baby Run. My brother-in-law, Wes King, is an award-winning Christian singer. My faith was greatly impacted by studying under Dr. Francis Schaeffer at L'Abri and remains the most important part of my life.

Some day all of us have to give an account before God for what we have done. Are you certain in your own heart that when you come to that point of accounting that you'll spend eternity with God in Heaven?


One day when you stand before God, if He says to you, "Why should I let you into my Heaven?" what would you say in response?

I believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God who died and was resurrected for my sins.

What role do you think people of faith should play in politics and government?

People of faith should be actively engaged and involved in government. Otherwise, their concerns and values may not be represented. oh yeah, and there's that legislating sin thing (okay, so I added that last sentance.)

Do you support civil rights protections on the basis of sexual preference?

No. Civil rights protections should be based upon individual rights not group rights.

Do you support a federal constitutional amendment to define marriage as being only between one man and one woman? Why or why not?

I fully support a federal constitutional amendment to define marriage as being only between one man and one woman. I have voted in support of the Marriage Protection Amendment because we should not undermine the uniqueness of an institution that continues to serve as an essential thread in the fabric of our society. A constitutional amendment is necessary to prevent activist judges from legislating from the bench.

Do you support the Florida Marriage Protection Amendment?

Yes, and I have supported it publicly.

Setting aside for the moment the public policy Bodycopy related to abortion, is abortion a moral evil? Why or why not?

Yes, because it's a life, and life begins at conception.

What public policy limits on abortion have you supported or will you support in order to decrease the number of abortions in our nation?

First, we must encourage abstinence in the schools. Second, we should encourage access to adoption and counseling services so that women know what is at stake and what options exist for them. From a public policy standpoint, I would limit abortion to rape, incest and life of the mother.

Oh, and let's be sure and milk this one more time.

What is your view of Gov. Bush's efforts on behalf of Terri Schiavo?

It was a very difficult decision for all. We voted in the United States House of Representatives to transfer the jurisdiction of Terri Schiavo's case to the federal court for review.

Is there something wrong with Florida and federal statutes when a severely brain-damaged woman who's not in the process of dying can be starved and dehydrated to death by her husband with the assistance of the courts?

It was an unconscionable situation and a great tragedy for Terri and her family.

Should food and water be defined as extraordinary care, thus permitting such care to be denied to persons like Terri Schiavo?

Food and water should not be defined as extraordinary care these are basic necessities for us all.

What is your view on state funding of embryonic stem cell research?

Unlike my liberal opponent, I am opposed to federal funding for embryonic stem cell research and have voted against it. Research confirms the strong potential of adult and cord stem cell research, and I support federal funding for these endeavors. The private sector does fund embryonic research but has not experienced the success of cord blood and adult stem cell research.

Why should Florida Baptists care about this primary election? primary election?

For all Floridians, there are key issues at stake in this election. From traditional values to immigration reform to economic policy, my liberal opponent and I provide two different paths for Florida.

I will continue to fight for lower taxes with fiscal responsibility and for our traditional values in Washington to protect our families. Nelson has a history of opposing even the most fundamental protections for the unborn, as evidenced by his failure to support the partial birth abortion ban as well as the Laci and Connor Act, a bill that says if an unborn child is killed or injured during a crime against the mother, the criminal will be charged with killing or injuring two victims.

I differ dramatically from Bill Nelson concerning economic policy and concur with President John Kennedy's assertion that "an economy hampered by restrictive tax rates will never produce enough revenue to balance our budget, just as it will never produce enough jobs or enough profits." History demonstrates that we must continue to cut taxes and reduce wasteful spending to grow our economy and create new jobs, which is vitally important to Florida families.

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Contrary1 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-30-06 08:42 PM
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3. Here ya go...
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