Commentary: Brian May, a registered lobbyist, had been a campaign staffer for Alex Sink. But, she fired him for sending a text message during the last gubernatorial debate with Rick Scott. HOWEVER, Alex Sink read that message like it was the most important thing to do on the planet. Isn’t it a little unnerving when someone with whom you’re speaking reads a text message immediately? It’s impolite! It’s apolitical! That’s the issue. It was impolite of Alex Sink to receive the message during a nationally televised debate. Perhaps the mother instinct set in during that moment which doesn’t make Alex Sink’s interrupting excusable. It was an insane moment and an insane, self-deprecating task to do at that moment that backfired to Alex Sink. Collaterally, (pobre) Brian May took the heat and the bullseye hit for his error. Since he was precisely in Alex Sink’s open field of fire, she targeted and felled him! Alex Sink, well, is finding her way into super collateral damage soon, like November 2nd.
For explicit reading: http://www.newsserviceflorida.com/cgi/as_web.exe?rev2010+D+9469970.
Commentary: Receiving about 15% of the vote in the Republican primary, yours truly ran against Jeanette Nunez for Florida House District 112. A wife, mother, and hospital executive, Jeanette Nunez would be the excellent choice. She will help the legislature in creating jobs, help to overcome Medicare problems, and control government spending. Voters can help Jeanette Nunez’ campaign by contributing, volunteering, and voting.
Commentary: Emily Miller, editor of Human Events, voted in Washington, D.C., where she lives. She voted for the HOLY SPIRIT write-in option where there were no Republicans for which to vote, mainly the D.C. Mayor, Chairman of the City Council and At-Large member of the City Council. Well, of course, inspirational Emily Miller was truly inspired for the right thing to do.
For explicit reading: I Voted Early For The Holy Spirit – HUMAN EVENTS.
Commentary: The U.S. Secret Service and the Collier County Sheriff’s Office served a federal warrant for the arrest of Larry Christopher of 1345 Remington Way No. 4202, Naples, Florida. The offices investigated Larry Christopher on a wire fraud charge, i.e., involving embezzlement while employed by the former Journey’s Academy during 2007 to July 2009.
For more reading: Collier Star: Joint Investigation Results In Federal Charge.
Commentary: Georgia Hiller clearly understands the issue on funding Jackson Lab, a Maine-based nonprofit genetics research institute that wants to locate in Collier County, Florida. She’s against taxpayer funding of this project because the real need is to cut government spending and taxes to keep within budget . Georgia Hiller is running for Collier County Commission, District 2. The voters in District 2 can help Georgia Hiller’s campaign by contributing and volunteering.
Commentary: Many patriots and lovers of our country will do many years of work to undo the unnecessary laws that Joe Garcia would vote if voters elected Joe Garcia as the next U.S. Representative for Congressional district 25. Greater spending isn’t good for the United States, and Joe Garcia would increase spending. More regulations aren’t good for the United States, and Joe Garcia would increase regulations. Obamacare is fraught with problems economically and financially, and Joe Garcia would support Obamacare to its complete implementation. Less freedom isn’t good for the United States, and, unfortunately, Joe Garcia doesn’t understand the right way to look at freedom. True freedom is less government and more empowerment to the people to do what is best economically and financially for themselves, even if there’s risk involved. Risk is part of everyone’s life, and each person measures his risk individually and appropriately. Liberals just don’t get this, and Joe Garcia is one of the most liberal Democrats in Florida. Instead, vote for David Rivera to help make the United States of America greater and Florida greater. I will have to vote “YES” for David Rivera on U.S. Congressional District 25.
To help David Rivera’s campaign, contribute now and volunteer.
Commentary: Near the Texan border in the Mexican town of Praxedis Guadalupe Guerrero of Chihuahua State, a young 20-year-old woman wants to become the next police chief. The area is known as Juarez valley, and its history is nothing but narco-traffickers killing and intimidating. The mayor of the town, Jose Luis Guerrero, appointed Marisol Valles police chief. Ms. Marisol Valles is a real example of courage. But, more than that. At one time (yours truly remembers as a boy) the maternal instinct prevailed in family policy. The Hispanic family is very familiar with this. (This saying isn’t to exclude other ethnic families who are familiar as well.) The woman analyzed the moral law and ensured that she taught it on the misgivings of children, but even in regard to the immoral practices of men in the family. She was necessary and sufficient to keep the peace in family life. The family respected her, primarily because she knew the law and how to practice it; secondarily, because she spoke out and took action in the face of fear. Yours truly respects Ms. Valles and wishes her the best. The hat is off to the proud example of courage in Mexico.
For explicit reading: Student becomes new police chief in Mexican town | World news | guardian.co.uk.
Commentary: Collier deputy Cpl. Erin Flater shoots herself over a relationship dispute with her partner at Sugden Regional Park in East Naples. She died that night at Lee Memorial Hospital, Fort Myers.
Commentary: The Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) would’ve but didn’t appeal the Miami gay adoption case to the Florida Supreme Court. Attorney General Bill McCollum would’ve bypassed the DCF but decided against it. Bill McCollum’s office represented DCF in the Miami-Dade Circuit Court and the 3rd District Court of Appeal decisions. Bill McCollum decided that the case didn’t have enough merit for an independent review by the Supreme Court and followed on the way DCF decided. LGBT Frank Martin Gill and his partner sued for adoption of two foster boys, and Judge Cindy Lederman of the Miami-Dade Circuit Court approved the adoption. Although DCF appealed the decision, DCF Secretary George Sheldon and Gov. Charlie Crist never had approved the gay adoption ban law in the first place. George Sheldon had been a Florida lawmaker and voted against the gay adoption ban when it became law in 1977. Sheldon would’ve wanted to see the case go to the Florida Supreme Court to give weight to the appellate court’s decision. Nadine Smith, the executive director of Equality Florida, has stated that Bill McCollum’s decision not to appeal the case to the Florida Supreme Court pleased the pro gay rights organization. Nadine Smith, a law lobbyist in Tallahassee, disfavored anti-gay prejudice, when it came ahead of the needs of children (and parents). The state elects the Attorney General, and he is responsible to prosecute the constitutional law, but he didn’t go all the way to the Supreme Court in this case. LGBT groups across the state and nation are celebrating … celebrating that the appellate court declared the gay adoption ban unconstitutional after 33 years of standing. Okay, do LGBT get nervous in the end zone?
For explicit reading: http://www.newsserviceflorida.com/cgi/as_web.exe?rev2010+D+9214336.