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    August 22, 2010

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    Jimbo

    Absolutely. I have been holding out. If Rick Scott wins I am going to give to the party. If McCollum wins, then my checkbook is closed

    Slinger

    Rick Scott was thrilled to attend the game, but he was disappointed when the Dolphins were leading late in the fourth quarter.

    He promptly walked down to the Jaguars' head coach (Jack DelRio) and told the coach "you may have lost the first four quarters, just make sure you take the fifth!"

    Bada Bing! Sometimes the jokes write themselves!

    Joe Kidd

    Didn't John Thrasher run his campaign for the RPOF Chair on the fact that the party needed $50 to $70 Million to win our elections and that he could raise all the money needed, but the person he ran against couldn't? And didn't Bill McCollum, Dean Cannon, Mike Harridopolous and all Thrasher's supporters all say the same thing?

    Are you telling us that with Thrasher's great fund raising leadership the RPOF has only raised $7 million dollars in 7 months? And remember that is everyone's money - leadership, McCollum's (over $500), cabinet, RPOF - everyone's money.

    What gives. Looks like the party faithful were sold a bill of goods. How does it feel to be one of the party leaders that fell for this bait and switch and voted for it as well? Don't you want to know where the $50 to $70 million is that you were promised?

    Limp Wrist
    ffxiv gil

    Richard Lynn "Rick" Scott (born December 1, 1952) is a candidate for Florida governor, a businessman, healthcare industry executive, lawyer and founder of Conservatives for Patients' Rights (CPR), a group that advocates against expanding the U.S. government's role in healthcare. He is competing in the 2010 Florida gubernatorial election.

    Scott served in the U.S. Navy and then went into business redeveloping donut shops while in college. He earned a business degree, law degree and joined a Dallas firm where he became partner. In 1987 he helped found the Columbia Hospital Corporation with two business partners. It was merged with Columbia Hospital Corporation of America in 1989 to form Columbia/HCA and eventually became the largest health care company in the U.S.

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