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Tommorrow is election day in the great state of Florida. Florida has in the past couple of decade been a great giude of how the rest of he country will vote. The Florida Governor's race pits the ultimate insanity. The leading Democrat candidate served as a Republican governor exspousing his conservtive values at every turn. He was for traditional marriage and against homosexuals adopting children. And now he is pro gay marriage and excited about gay adoption. He is facing Rick Scott, a tea party backed conservtive that has a slender lead in the polls after turning around a flailing economy and who is now bring companies into Florida providing nearly all the jobs that were lost during the Charlie Crist years.
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Will Florida voters, mostly Democrat vote party or pocketbook?
Today's show revovles around Urban Game Changers Florida and the missing piece of the Republican/Conservtive puzzle to the urban community, school choice. School just started here in Florida and the conversations are about what is a successful school and how can those in the urban community avial their children of successful schools.
Republican strategy has so far ignored this subject as it relates to those in the urban community. Today we open the eyes of many and offer a real urban talking point.
A Griffithless show tonight.
Greg and Mark talk about The Supreme Court's decisions in the Hobby Lobby case and public sector unions.
Some are trying to make Hobby Lobby an issue in the gubernatorial race.
A Tale of the Tape on the big dookaroo between Tony McConkey and Cathy Vitale.
And, another list of conservative movies.
Michael Barone is a nationally recognized expert on American politics and history, a senior political analyst for the Washington Examiner, and the author of the New York Times bestseller Our First Revolution and Hard America, Soft America. A resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, he is also a Fox News Channel contributor and coauthor of The Almanac of American Politics. His nationally syndicated column is published twice weekly and he blogs regularly for the Examiner’s Beltway Confidential site. His latest book is titled Shaping Our Nation: How Surges of Migration Transformed America and Its Politics.
Brenda Lenard is a candidate for the US Senate in Tennessee’s 2014 election. She is a PhD candidate in political science at the University of Tennessee, has a Master’s Degree in public administration from Kennesaw State University, is a former private bank advisor for Heritage Bank, and HSE supervisor at MCI.
Double R is the founder of Common Ground Media Group a Conservative who feels common sense is no longer a part of the politcal system gives his take on news and events of the day and occasionally hopefully even a special guest or 2.
Topics of the Day:
Is AG Holder really this stupid?
Detriot files bankruptcy -- This is what happens when liberals run out of other peoples money.
Racism..... It isn't just about white people anymore.
other current events
Today we discussed the passing of Margaret Thatcher and Annette from the Mickey Mouse Club. We also discussed the fascination held by so many to bash the recently departed.
We discussed the broad overreaching and almost dictatorial powers being enacted by the current administration such as ruling by edict (Executive order) and the large amounts of Miltary hardware and fire power being purchased by the Department of Homeland Security.
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