September 28, 2011

Adam Hasner - US Senate Candidate - CPAC Florida

Adam Hasner spoke at CPAC Florida. Video follows:

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Rep. Allen West - The President is a Marxist because . . .
The Michael Berry Show - Youtube video of show: Michael Berry asks Rep. Allen West (R-FL) about asked about several people including DNC Chairman and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schults (D-FL). Interesting!

Michale Berry was also asked Rep, Allen West about President Barack Obama: [Excerpts and ccmplete show below.]
Berry: President Obama's policies have had a devastating effect on economy ...."
West: "The number one thing hurting our economy is a lack of confidence coming out of Washington, D.C. due to the fiscal policies, the regulatory policies, the monetary and tax policies. . . . When you hear people talking about investment coming out of Washington, D.C. that is so counter to what our country has prospered under which is investment, ingenuity and innovation. ...."

Berry: "Do you think that President Obama, the negative results of his policies and the destruction in his wake is inadvertent because he is inept or do you think as some people increasingly believe, even as Rush Limbaugh has suggested, this is intentional?"
West: "It's intentional. Because, ... this is who the president is. The President is a Marxist because he believes in the separation of classes. We have never heard a President of the Unites States speak as he is [speaking]. . . . When you look throughout history and you see a national leader that demonizes a certain segment of society, and attacks them, it has never ended up well. But, that is what we have. He is a socialist because he believes in nationalizing production. Think what is happening with the finance industry, automobile industry, health care industry, what could have happened if cap and trade had gone through but they are no just instead of the legislative process they are doing it through the regulatory process with the EPA. This expansion of the welfare state, the fact that we are seeing such a credible rise of poverty in America, food stamp recipients, and of course when we have 47 to 48% of wage earning households who are not paying Federal income taxes. . . . What President Obama is doing with his economic policies is making America a debtor nation. Five trillion dollars of new debt since he has been president. . . ."

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September 25, 2011

Swing State of Florida Delays Picking Primary Date

Bill Smith, Editor: The 2012 Florida elections will be important, but right now the news is focusing on when the Florida Presidential Primary will be held.

Ben Smith, Politico reports that:
A special commission in Florida announced today that it will wait a week to set the state’s primary date to see where other states’ primaries fall. The commission will now announce its decision on Sept. 30 — just one day before the RNC requires final dates for all states to be set.
Alex Pareene, Salon reports that:
Complicating their decision is the fact that Arizona has broken the primary calendar rules set by the political parties and set its date for Feb. 28, the same day as South Carolina, which is expected to move its date up earlier. Missouri has also broken the calendar rules and set Feb. 7 as its primary. Michigan is poised to move its date into early February as well. All states must report their primary dates to the parties by Oct. 1.

Florida is determined to maintain its "fifth in the nation" status, so they're waiting for South Carolina and New Hampshire, who in turn are waiting for everyone else to pick dates.
While it is questionable that the Democrats will have a presidential primary race, there will be a Republican presidential primary, and the states historically take it very serious as to the states that will early primaries. Discussions between states, their parties and the political parties is ongoing and fluid. As detailed below Florida will be a bell weather state. In other places like Arkansas, the primary issue has already been settled.

In the previous presidential primary, the Arkansas Democrat controlled legislature changed the election dates for the 2008 elections which resulted in two different primaries - an earlier Presidential Primary and a regular primary. State officials had hoped to garner more national attention for Arkansas with an earlier primary. However, this effort did not garner them any more attention as other states had also moved their primaries forward and the decision was very costly holding an additional but separate presidential primary. After the final elections were over, Arkansas noted the high cost and confusion generated by an early presidential primary and returned to its regular primary cycle with all elections, national and state being held on the same day.

Jay Cost, The Weekly Standard reports on 'Why Florida Will Be Hugh" in the primary and general elections. In his article, he mentions:
First, Florida is a well-balanced Republican electorate. When looking at the Democratic party, it’s often necessary to break it down by demographic groups. However, the GOP is very similar demographically – for generations it has primarily been the white, married middle class – so the better way to examine the Republican party is by ideology.

From that perspective, Florida is pretty evenly balanced, as the following chart shows.

. . . . Second, Florida has a geographically diverse population, Perry and Romney are presumably expecting to carve up the Republican electorate by region – Perry dominating in the South with Romney doing well in the North and potentially the Mountain West (where low turnout caucuses with strong Mormon turnout should aid him).

Florida is kind of a mix of North and South. Obviously, it is below the Mason-Dixon line, but it also has a very national population. To appreciate this, consider the following chart, which tracks the percentage of each Southern state whose population was born outside the state.

Clearly, Florida is far and away the most diverse state on this list. That gives Perry and Romney an angle here – Perry as the Southern governor and Romney as a candidate from Massachusetts (by way of Michigan and Utah).

Finally, Florida is a swing state in the general election – and has been for decades. In fact, the Sunshine State has voted with the presidential winner every time but twice for the last eighty years. Indeed, Florida was one of a handful of states to break the “Solid South” and vote for Herbert Hoover in 1928. . . .

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September 24, 2011

Cain Sweeps Presidency 5 Poll, Garners Florida Endorsement

(Orlando, FL)- Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain swept the Republican Party of Florida's "Presidency 5" straw poll today in Orlando, capping off his strongest fundraising and grassroots week since the establishment of his campaign in May 2011.

* Herman Cain: 37.11 percent.
* Governor Rick Perry: 15.43 percent.
* Governor Mitt Romney: 14 percent.
* Senator Rick Santorum: 10.88 percent.
* Congressman Ron Paul: 10.39 percent.
* Speaker Newt Gingrich: 8.43 percent.
* Governor Jon Huntsman: 2.26 percent.
* Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: 1.51 percent.

This week, Governor Rick Scott pointed out that the winner of the Presidency 5 straw poll would go on to win the nomination. He explained that former Presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush, plus 1995 GOP nominee Bob Dole all won Florida straw polls.

"Thank you to the Republican voters for this incredible honor of being named the winner of the Presidency 5 straw poll in Florida today," Cain said. "This is a sign of our growing momentum and my candidacy that cannot be ignored. I will continue to share my message of 'common sense solutions' across this country and look forward to spending more time in Florida, a critical state for both the nomination and the general election."

On Friday evening, Scott Plakon, the Americans for Prosperity- Florida Legislator of the Year who represents the state's 37th district, endorsed Herman Cain in front of more than 1,000 cheering supporters at the Rosen Center in Orlando, Fla. Scott is best known as the sponsor of the Florida Health Care Freedom Act, slated to be Amendment 1 on Florida's 2012 general election ballot.

"I'm proud to support Herman Cain. Our country is suffering right now from bad ideas, bad policies and bad leadership. Herman Cain has the right ideas, the right policies and is a proven business and conservative leader," Scott explained. "Over the last few days at the Orange County Convention Center, I've seen him connect with Florida voters like few candidates I've ever seen. I look forward to working with Herman Cain to see him win Florida and to become the next President of the United States."

In addition to being named the victor of Thursday night's FOX News/ Google/ RPOF Republican presidential candidate debate and the straw poll, Cain spent the entire week in Florida, touring the Sunshine State on his nationwide "Common Sense Solutions Bus Tour," addressing CPAC Florida and speaking at the Presidency 5 festivities.

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Florida Republicans Elect New Chairman

Friday night the Florida Republicans unanimously elevated Lenny Curry, Jacksonville businessman, as the new Republican Party of Florida (RPOF)chairman. Bitner previously served as a state representative from 1992-2000 and currently serves as the Jefferson County State Committeeman. Also, Lenny Curry, current Chairman of Duval County, was elected Vice Chair of the RPOF. Kathleen King, Chairman of Manatee County, and Jeff Howell, Leon County State Committeeman, were elected Secretary and Treasurer respectively.

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September 21, 2011

CPAC Florida Event: Environmental Regulations Strangling the U.S. Economy

Myron Ebell
Washington, DC – The Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Myron Ebell will speak on a Friday panel at the Florida Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on environmental regulations that strangle the U.S. economy.

CEI is a co-sponsor of CPAC Florida and will be exhibiting in Booth 2.
WHAT: Panel discussion on harmful environmental regulations and what grassroots activists can do about it.
WHO: Myron Ebell, Director of CEI's Center on Energy and Environment James Taylor, The Heartland Institute, Senior Fellow
Adam Putnam, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Dean Cannon, Speaker of the Florida House
WHEN: Friday, September 23, 10:30 AM
WHERE: Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida
CONTACT: Myron Ebell, CEI, 202.320.6685

CPAC Online media registration Other scheduled speakers at CPAC FL:
Speakers – Presidential Candidates:
  • Michele Bachmann – Confirmed
  • Herman Cain – Confirmed
  • Newt Gingrich – Confirmed
  • Jon Huntsman – Confirmed
  • Gary Johnson – Confirmed
  • Thaddeus McCotter – Confirmed
  • Ron Paul – Confirmed
  • Rick Perry – Confirmed
  • Mitt Romney – Confirmed
  • Rick Santorum – Confirmed 
Confirmed Speakers Include:
  • Dick Armey
  • Jeff Atwater
  • Pam Bondi
  • David Bossie
  • Dean Cannon
  • Al Cardenas
  • Ann Coulter
  • S.E. Cupp
  • Luis Fortuño
  • Mike Haridopolos
  • Bill Kristol
  • George H. Nash
  • Grover Norquist
  • Adam Putnam
  • Ralph Reed
  • Marco Rubio
  • Matthew Spalding
  • Jim Talent
CEI is a non-profit, non-partisan public policy group dedicated to the principles of free enterprise and limited government.  For more information about CEI, please visit our website,, and blogs, and Follow CEI on Twitter!

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September 20, 2011

Allen West Addressing Israel & Other Issues At TownHall

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September 18, 2011

Taser Taxes in Obama's "Stimulus 2.0" PlanI

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ARRA News Service - Bill Smith, Editor: In reading the complete ATR article, you will note that all of the taxes are in fact "anti-stimulus taser taxes" on both business and consumers. At first they will stun not stimulate the economy. It continued they will kill the economy. It is also obvious, that most of the stimulus taxes are being used to "take down" the oil and gas industry which will man more lost American jobs and reduced access by the public to fossil fuels - gas and oil at reasonable prices. These taser taxes are punitive costs to the consumers. Thus we can clearly see that the Obama administration's agenda is to punish Americans for using gas and oil.

In the below extract of the article, emphasis colors, etc. are added to highlight certain issues. The color Green indicates a "green energy tax" to penalize the oil and gas industry and to drive up the cost of products that are oil and gas based or operated. You are being "Tasered Bro"!

ATR - There are fourteen new or higher taxes in President Obama's "Stimulus 2.0" plan he wants Congress to pass. Permanent tax hikes for new spending.

President Obama has asked Congress to pass his "American Jobs Act," a bill which is a series of permanent tax increases funding temporary tax relief and new spending programs. The overall act is a net tax increase (score pending). All tax hikes are scheduled to take effect in 2013. Below is a comprehensive list of the 14 tax hikes in the bill (in order of appearance in Stimulus 2.0):

Spectrum Tax (Sec. 278): A new $4.8 billion hidden tax on wireless consumers. Levied on users of licensed spectrum, the tax will hit consumers who use mobile phones, tablets, and other wireless devices. Worst of all, the Federal Communications Commission could raise or punitively-target this Spectrum Tax at whim from this $4.8 billion floor.

28% Limit on Itemized Deductions and Employer-Provided Health Insurance (Sec. 401). Under the Stimulus 2.0 tax hike, no matter what tax bracket you fall in, you can only benefit from deductions as if you are in the 28 percent bracket or less. This denies taxpayers in the top two brackets the full deduction for mortgage interest, charitable contributions, and state taxes that other taxpayers can claim. In addition, this tax increase limits most non-itemized deductions and exclusions for these taxpayers, in particular those for employer-provided health insurance, health savings accounts (HSAs) and self-employed health insurance premiums. [Penalizing those who work on there own verses companies or unions.] Moving expenses and the foreign earned income exclusion would also be limited. For taxpayers in 2013's top bracket of 39.6 percent, this would chop 30 percent of the value of all these exclusions and deductions.

"Carried Interest" (Sec. 411). Under current law, capital gains earned by managers of investing partnerships are taxed (properly) as capital gains. This bill would tax them instead as ordinary income, raising their tax rate from 15 percent today to 39.6 percent in 2013.

Airplane Tax Hike (Sec. 421). . . . This is a tax hike that will kill jobs, just like the 1990 yacht tax killed that industry a generation ago. . . .

Intangible Drilling Costs (Sec. 431). . . .

Tertiary Injectants (Sec. 432). . . . [prevents claiming the legitimate costs associated with keeping energy reservoirs productive. What's next - no deduction for cooking oil for restaurants? - no deduction for realtor signs and business cards for real estate brokers, etc.?]

Percentage Depletion (Sec. 433). . . . would repeal this provision ONLY for investments in oil and gas wells. Interestingly, the largest oil companies don’t benefit from this today, so this tax increase is targeted only at smaller energy companies and their investors.
Manufacturer Tax Deduction (aka “Section 199”) (Sec. 434). . . .

Oil and Gas Passive Losses (Sec. 435). . . .
Geological and Geophysical Costs (Sec. 436). . . .
Enhanced Oil Recovery Credit (Sec. 437). . . .
Marginal Well Production Credit (Sec. 438). . . .

Dual Capacity Rules (Sec. 441). The U.S. is the only nations which attempts to tax on a “worldwide” basis—even on income which has already faced income taxation in other countries. When combined with the highest corporate tax rate in the developed world, “worldwide” taxation is an uncompetitive jobs killer. In order to avoid international double taxation, employers can claim a tax credit for income taxes paid overseas. Stimulus 2.0 makes it more difficult for energy companies to claim this tax credit, exposing their worldwide income to international double taxation—potentially shipping jobs overseas to avoid paying taxes twice.

Dual Capacity Discrimination Against Oil and Gas Employers (Sec. 442). . . . makes it even more difficult for oil and gas employers to avoid double taxation. . . . adds insult to the injury . . .
What do you think? Will any of these 14 tax hikes help create jobs?
Read Full Article Minus the Taser Analogy at Americans For Tax Reform (ATR)

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September 16, 2011

Debbie Wasserman Schultz Is "Debbie Downer"

American Crossroads: DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) stars as "Debbie Downer"

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September 15, 2011

Debbie Wasserman Schultz we need the jobs bill because moms are late for football practice

National DNC Spokesman Reqularly Shows That
Being Ugly is Not A Requirement to Being Stupid
Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) continues to evidence as the National DNC voice of the Democrat Party (right behind Obama) that she is so progressive that she speaks like a moron.  Now she even advocates and seeks to rationalize federal spending of YOUR money based on an alleged Mom's complaining that she was being late for Football practice. See for yourself - view the below video.

When did local Florida roads - including those "very special roads" leading to football practice for a Mom's son (or maybe it's her daughter) become a Federal issue?

DWS is a disgrace to soccer and football mom's everywhere! Advocating the wasting the future generation's money to assure timely travel to football practice. Wonder what else she advocated wasting money on? Watch for future postings!

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September 11, 2011

Gone, But Never Forgotten

Tony Perkins', FRC Washington Update: Maybe you were at work or at home with your children. But I have no doubt that wherever you were on September 11th a decade ago, you felt the devastation of terrorism shake your foundation as surely as it shook the towers of the World Trade Center. From Ground Zero to the broken ring of the Pentagon, there was no shortage of heroes. They were men and women on planes, in skyscrapers, charging up stairwells, and digging through rubble. Today, the spirit of 9/11--that of selfless determination--is still very much alive. It lives in the families left behind, in the hearts of a generation born in tragedy's shadow. But most of all, it carries on in our brave troops overseas. For ten long years, our soldiers have carried out the most difficult mission of all, many of them making the supreme sacrifice so that their fellow citizens can live freely under their protection. While the rest of the world returned to normal, their nightmare was just beginning. As the tenth anniversary of that day arrives quietly in the capital city, we remember them and all of the men and women who died simply for being Americans. We pray, 10 years later, that just as the stone walls of the Pentagon have been rebuilt, so too are we building our resolve that those we lost will be honored--not just in memorials, but in the ultimate victory for faith, family, and freedom.

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September 10, 2011

Gov. Rick Scott May Reject Job Plan's Money

Obama Stimulus Money
by Gary Fineout, Florida Wires: Gov. Rick Scott and top Florida Republicans are sending early signals they could reject the billions in federal aid that could flow to the state under President Barack Obama's jobs proposal.

Florida has a 10.7 percent unemployment rate that is higher than the national average. But Scott and GOP legislative leaders said the plan outlined by President Obama was too similar to the nearly $800 billion stimulus package that was approved by Congress back in 2009.

"It sounds like President Obama still doesn't get it," House Speaker Dean Cannon said Friday. "The answer to the current economic problems is not spending more money."

. . . Scott has already shown he is willing to reject federal aid.

He turned away more than $2 billion for high speed rail that came out from the first stimulus package. The governor is a fierce critic of Obama and he sounded off on the campaign trail about using stimulus funding to balance the state budget.

While Scott has not taken an absolute stance against all stimulus-related aid, a spokesman said Friday that the governor would be opposed to any additional federal spending if it added to the federal debt. Obama said that he would propose additional budget savings in order to pay for his jobs plan. . . . [Full Story]

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September 9, 2011

Marco Rubio 'Why Obama's Job fantasy won't work...'

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September 7, 2011

Florida TaxWatch Questions Palm Beach County Budget And Property Use

Florida Tax Watchdog: Analysis of Unreserved Funds, Debt, and County Property Utilization in Palm Beach County:
Executive Summary - Forida TaxWatch analysis of Palm Beach County has revealed significant opportunities for improvement in the management and utilization of specific assets. Palm Beach County is proposing a maximum property tax increase of 3 percent to fund the FY2012 budget. Implementation of the recommendations made in this report would provide additional needed county revenue and help avoid an increase in taxes.

County Funds Analysis: Bond Ratings & Reserve Levels
Numerous financial measurements reveal that Palm Beach County has engaged in management practices that have resulted in higher than normal unreserved funds for several years. Palm Beach has consistently held its level of reserves far above any of its peer counties– Broward, Hillsborough, Miami-Dade, and Orange – without much benefit to taxpayers.

While a county‘s bond rating relies heavily on the level of reserves the county holds or ― unreserved funds‖, the industry standard for a healthy reserves level is maintaining ―unreserved funds‖ above 15 percent of total expenditures. Local officials have told Florida TaxWatch that it is common for a hurricane-prone county to hold ―unreserved funds‖ at a level of 25 percent of its total expenditures. However, Palm Beach County exceeds informal targets for unreserved funds. Over the past six years, Palm Beach County has consistently maintained ―unreserved funds‖ at 50 percent or more of its total expenditures (2005-2010). More importantly, Hillsborough County has maintained a level of ―unreserved funds‖ between 13 and 24 percent of its total expenditures during the same period (2005-2010). Yet, both counties have maintained the same AAA bond rating.

This trend is more clearly illustrated in per capita terms. Among all peer counties, Palm Beach has consistently maintained a significantly higher ―unreserved‖ fund balance per capita over the last six years. Despite recent declines, aggregate total growth of the Palm Beach‘s ―unreserved‖ fund balances was 47.2 percent from FY2001 to FY2010.

Further analysis revealed that Palm Beach County is most egregious in its holdings of ―unreserved funds‖ for capital projects. Palm Beach has designated a larger portion of its fund balance for capital projects than all peer-counties over the past six years. When looking at ―unreserved‖ capital project funds as a share of total revenue, Palm Beach County has maintained the largest balance of ―Unreserved Capital Projects Funds‖ as a percentage of the total revenue from FY2005 through FY2009.

Palm Beach County appears to be designating revenues for capital projects at a higher pace than peer-counties and the county may be accumulating revenue for capital projects faster than it can acquire or construct them. It is important to note that the purposes for which the county may designate unreserved capital project funds are at the discretion of county officials and are not imposed or enforced by an external constraint, such as state or federal law. The county may remove or re-designate funds to other projects unless there is an encumbrance or other external restriction. Palm Beach County officials must immediately revisit how it allocates its funds and reclassify some of its ―unreserved‖ funds to help address budget shortfalls and align the level of funds it holds with Hillsborough County instead of increasing the property tax rate imposed on Palm Beach residents.

Although recommended by Florida TaxWatch in 2006, the county does not have a formal cap or limit on the level of reserves or ―unreserved‖ funds it may hold. If Palm Beach County had implemented a formal cap on its ―unreserved‖ funds, it would free up a significant amount of money. If a formal cap on all ―unreserved‖ funds of 40% of expenditures was instituted in FY2010, it would allow $187,674,718 to be reclassified or redirected to be used for other purposes. (This cap exceeds the common target of hurricane prone counties of ―unreserved funds‖ as 25 percent of total expenditures.) With a formal cap of 30 percent of expenditures for total ―unreserved‖ funds, the county would have freed up $372,345,306 to be reclassified or redirected for other uses in FY2010. Even if a formal cap was placed only on ―unreserved‖ Capital Projects Funds, there would still be a significant amount of money freed up for reclassification.

Vacant Property
Palm Beach County owns more than 2,500 parcels of land, including parks, land for environmental conservation, slivers of land between sidewalks and streets, and commercial and residential vacant properties. With the exclusion of land parcels designated under the Department of Environmental Resource Management and the Airports Department, there are 353 parcels totaling approximately 6,200 acres of ―vacant‖ land owned by Palm Beach County.

If Palm Beach County sold 25 percent of its listed ―vacant‖ property, its sale would generate more than $54 million in revenue and more than $270,000 in recurring ad valorem tax revenue (based on currently appraised value). . . . Further, Florida TaxWatch recommends that the Division of Property and Real Estate Management work with a commercial relator to help designate surplus property; assess their market values; and design and execute a marketing plan to sell the property designated as surplus within the next 18 months. . . .

Underutilized and Vacant County-owned Buildings
Palm Beach County owns 646 buildings consisting of roughly 7 million square feet of space. Approximately 1 million of this is considered to be office space for general county government or constitutional officers. Of these 1 million square feet, approximately 50,000 square feet or 5 percent is considered vacant. Due to unavailability of key pieces of data, it was not possible to independently determine the current utilization of county buildings. . . .
[Full Report with details and graphs provided in the report.]

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September 2, 2011

Rep. Allen West At Town Hall Meeting

Rep. Allen West (R-FL)
Rep. Allen West (R-FL) takes questions from his constituents at a Town Hall in August, 2011.

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