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Marco Rubio releases new web video: ‘A Political Move’

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From the Rubio camp: With Floridians calling Charlie Crist’s “photo-op” special session a blatant political move meant more to protect the governor’s political career than our beaches, the Rubio for Senate campaign today released a new web video entitled, “A Political Move.” Across the state, Crist’s Washington-style political gimmick is leading to questions about the governor’s motives because ultimately his amendment will do nothing to help Panhandle businesses, keep oil off our beaches or prevent future oil spills.

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Marco Rubio releases new web video: ‘A Political Move’

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From the Rubio camp: With Floridians calling Charlie Crist’s “photo-op” special session a blatant political move meant more to protect the governor’s political career than our beaches, the Rubio for Senate campaign today released a new web video entitled, “A Political Move.” Across the state, Crist’s Washington-style political gimmick is leading to questions about the governor’s motives because ultimately his amendment will do nothing to help Panhandle businesses, keep oil off our beaches or prevent future oil spills.

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John Thrasher: It’s not cleanup duty, just a photo-op for Charlie Crist

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From David Hunt: State Sen. John Thrasher, who is chairing the Republican Party of Florida, has not been bashful when he gets a chance to stick it to Gov. Charlie Crist. He told a crowd of Republicans in Ponte Vedra Saturday that he’s glad Crist (who left the GOP in April) has found it lonely to run as an independent for U.S. Senate. But he cracked Crist a bit harder responding to a reporter’s question about the governor’s response to…

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John Thrasher: It’s not cleanup duty, just a photo-op for Charlie Crist

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From David Hunt: State Sen. John Thrasher, who is chairing the Republican Party of Florida, has not been bashful when he gets a chance to stick it to Gov. Charlie Crist. He told a crowd of Republicans in Ponte Vedra Saturday that he’s glad Crist (who left the GOP in April) has found it lonely to run as an independent for U.S. Senate. But he cracked Crist a bit harder responding to a reporter’s question about the governor’s response to…

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