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In the wake of the police raid on the Bottoms to the Top club, one thing is clear: Bill Foster sure is a sanctimonious SOB

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What a sanctimonious son-of-a-bitch! Damn right I am talking about Bill Foster, who has so little to show for his five months on the job that he found it necessary to stand outside the Bottom to the Top club on Friday, as it was being raided by the police. With arms crossed in righteous indignation, Foster is reported to have said: “That is a nasty place inside. Nothing good happens inside those walls. Quite frankly, these places aren’t welcome in St.…

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Sunday editorial pages

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Let’s just say Charlie Crist is an editorial writer’s dream… St. Petersburg Times – Crist serves himself, not state, with appointment: Gov. Charlie Crist could have appointed a former congressman, a former legislator, a former Jacksonville mayor, a former state attorney general, or even a former U.S. attorney to the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Mel Martinez. Instead, the governor chose his alter ego to keep the seat warm for 16 months as he campaigns for it. He might…

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Scott Wagman takes the bait, will fight FEC over his illegal Google ads

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Just finished up an interview with Zach Rodgers, of Clickz Network, who tells me Scott Wagman has decided to contest the complaint filed with Florida Election Commission over his illegal ads on Google and Facebook. From March on Politics: In response to a complaint from the former campaign manager for one of Wagman’s opponents in the race, the Elections Commission is considering whether the ads were illegal because they don’t contain the required disclaimer stating they were approved by the…

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