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    Thumbs down Galvano still pushing to stop private gun sales in FL

    Not only is he tone deaf, he is defiant of the people:



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    One of the downsides of term limits is that when these unethical politicians (an oxymoron, I know) are term-limited feel they can do as they wish with no real repercussions from their constituents that elected them. Not sure what the fix is, perhaps a recall provision in Florida, but something needs to change!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHunter View Post
    One of the downsides of term limits is that when these unethical politicians (an oxymoron, I know) are term-limited feel they can do as they wish with no real repercussions from their constituents that elected them. Not sure what the fix is, perhaps a recall provision in Florida, but something needs to change!
    Forgive my ignorance, but FL does not have a recall provision? I know Michigan did.

    EDIT: I just looked it up, in FL it does not apply to elected officials like state reps...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFJuvat View Post
    Forgive my ignorance, but FL does not have a recall provision? I know Michigan did.

    EDIT: I just looked it up, in FL it does not apply to elected officials like state reps...
    That does, indeed, suck! I mean, even the DPRNJ has a recall provision after 1 year of service in the current term for state pols.... In fact, they tried to use it on the Sen. Pres, a couple of years ago. Of course, it failed, but the provision is there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHunter View Post
    One of the downsides of term limits is that when these unethical politicians (an oxymoron, I know) are term-limited feel they can do as they wish with no real repercussions from their constituents that elected them. Not sure what the fix is, perhaps a recall provision in Florida, but something needs to change!
    Very true but not ALWAYS a downside!!!!!!!!
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    Bob Rose had Perry on his radio show today in Gainesville and let him have it over his vote. The turd said he voted to support the bill "as a courtesy"
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    He is a completely unprincipled individual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverpigusmc View Post
    Bob Rose had Perry on his radio show today in Gainesville and let him have it over his vote. The turd said he voted to support the bill "as a courtesy"
    As a courtesy to who?
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    That wasn't clear. Probably Bloomberg
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    Galvano needs to put his money where his mouth is and go out and enforce some laws before he suggests anything new.

    A few weeks in battle rattle ought to stop him from being so mouthy.
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