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Marco Rubio authors op-ed for Human Events: Stop ObamaCare Today

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In the past year, citizens across America have made their opinions clear regarding ObamaCare. The President’s health care proposal is a deeply flawed plan that should be scrapped entirely in favor of a truly bipartisan approach that pursues step-by-step reforms. It’s absolutely alarming Charlie Crist disagrees and has said he would not scrap this bill and process. Again and again, Governor Crist has clearly demonstrated he can’t be trusted to go to Washington and stand up to the agenda of…

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Human Events: The Other George LeMieux

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From Human Events: Florida Gov. Charles Crist’s appointment of his closest political associate, unknown George Lemieux, to the Senate may cause some harm to Crist’s own bid for the same Senate seat next year. Two weeks ago Crist made the appointment to fill out the remaining sixteen months of the term of fellow Republican Mel Martinez (who had resigned his Senate seat) the warning signs are clearly in sight. At first, supporters of the moderate Crist’s primary opponent, former Florida…

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John Cornyn: Charlie Crist can win In 2010 Florida Senate race — and save money

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From Human Events: Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), the head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, gave this interesting explanation to Human Events for why his committee has stepped in so early to support moderate Florida Gov. Charlie Crist over his more conservative challenger Marco Rubio: “Gov. Crist is the strongest candidate that will enable us to hold the seat,” Cornyn told me, “Marco Rubio…[has] a bright future ahead of him, but right now the Mason Dixon poll shows Crist beating…

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Human Events: Would Charlie Crist Pick Up Where Arlen Specter Left Off?

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A must read article from Human Events editor John Gizzi begins with a provacative statement: “You guys will be wishing you had [Martinez] back after a year of Charlie in the Senate.” That’s what a prominent Florida Republican told me in March, as rumors mounted that the Sunshine State’s Gov. Charlie Crist would run for the seat of fellow Republican and retiring Sen. Mel Martinez. It is well-known that conservatives had a problem with Martinez, whose strong support of “comprehensive…

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