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Jacksonville’s Blake Bortles compares fans to kindergartners

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Blake Bortles hasn’t won much as an NFL player. He isn’t likely to win this one, either. Bortles reacted to fans’ questioning the play-calling of the Jags by dismissing the criticism. “It’s like a kindergartner saying something to a college kid,” Bortles said. In a way, Bortles has a point. Coaches spend all week developing a game plan, and quarterbacks study their entire lives to make it to the NFL. But Bortles can’t win in what is sure to be…

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‘Intergrity’ cited as the trait Floridians most value in their leaders

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The single secret to success and victory for political candidates in Florida’s most important election in modern history may come down to one simple but elusive character trait: Integrity. According to new findings by the Leadership Florida/Nielsen Company 2010 Sunshine State Survey, released today, 48% of those polled (10 points more than last year’s survey) cited “integrity” as the trait Floridians most value in their leaders and in those who want to serve in leadership. This is four times more than…

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‘Intergrity’ cited as the trait Floridians most value in their leaders

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The single secret to success and victory for political candidates in Florida’s most important election in modern history may come down to one simple but elusive character trait: Integrity. According to new findings by the Leadership Florida/Nielsen Company 2010 Sunshine State Survey, released today, 48% of those polled (10 points more than last year’s survey) cited “integrity” as the trait Floridians most value in their leaders and in those who want to serve in leadership. This is four times more than…

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