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Florida’s Republicans approve of Arizona’s racist immigration law 84% to 10%, new poll shows

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Tucked into the new Quinnipiac Poll, was this nugget: In a separate survey of 1,133 registered voters, with a margin of error of +/- 2.9 percent,  Republicans approve of the Arizona immigration law 86 – 7 percent and want a similar statute in Florida 84 – 10 percent.

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Florida’s Republicans approve of Arizona’s racist immigration law 84% to 10%, new poll shows

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Tucked into the new Quinnipiac Poll, was this nugget: In a separate survey of 1,133 registered voters, with a margin of error of +/- 2.9 percent,  Republicans approve of the Arizona immigration law 86 – 7 percent and want a similar statute in Florida 84 – 10 percent.

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Republican Rick Skeletor, I mean Rick Scott says he would support offshore drilling as governor

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Already, there are two reasons why political newcomer Rick Scott scares me: First, dude looks like Rick Skeletor and, two, he says he would support offshore drilling. “We need to protect our beaches, break our dependency on foreign oil and hold oil companies accountable when there are problems,” Scott said. “As governor, I’ll look to strike a balance between responsible exploration that takes every precaution and is far enough from our shores while holding oil companies accountable for their mistakes.”…

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How Tampa benefits from Arizona lawmakers’ passage of racist immigration law

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And just like that Tampa has emerged as the front runner to host the 2012 GOP convention. Politico’s Ben Smith writes: The new calls among immigrant advocates to boycott Arizona may not affect every convention, but it will be hard for the organizers of two politically charged events — the 2012 political conventions — to ignore them. A spokesman for the Republican National Commitee said his party has not — yet, at least — taken into account the new Arizona…

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