"The good, the bad, the embarrassing"
Daniel Ruth writes that "a Gitmo detainee has gotten a fairer shake from government than your great unwashed member of the body politic."
Don't you suspect there is a secret legislative cabal that meets every morning with a cat-stroking House Speaker Will Weatherford to report on their efforts to short-sheet Floridians at almost every turn? Think of it as a CCE — Committee of Continuing Egregiousness."While no one would confuse the Senate with the Algonquin Roundtable, it is some small comfort that its members aren't as addled as the ideological Gary Buseys populating the House."
We've had all manner of rogues, charlatans, dimwits, megalomaniacs and wanted-posters-in-waiting preside over the House throughout Florida history, but none of them turned down $51 billion from the federal government to provide health care to 1 million low-income Floridians. That's what Weatherford, R-The King Tut of the Tea Party, did.Much more here: "Public again feels wrath of Legislature". The Miami Herald editorial board: "Gov. Scott wields veto pen but also signs ethics law". The Orlando Sentinel editors: "State Legislature wrap-up: The good, the bad, the embarrassing".
"Elections bill lingers"
Dems threaten lawsuit
"Sticking it to the locals"
Fred Grimm: "Tallahassee sticks it to the locals".
What's a fraudster to do?
The case of the disappearing spine
"Latest assault on Florida's environment
The Palm Beach Post editors: "As members of the Florida Legislature congratulate themselves for spreading around a record $74.5 billion budget, one part of the state is getting shafted: the Florida environment." "Reject latest assault on Florida’s environment.".
Scott Maxwell: "Partisanship hurts old, sick & poor".
Pulling a "fast one" on Scott
As Florida firefighters "battle blazes", legislators plot to dismantle their pensions
Tant hits a nerve