Tag: 2010 elections
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If you know anything about Florida's AG, Bill McCollum, you probably know he was one of the House Judiciary Committee Republicans hell-bent on driving Bill Clinton from office. Ironically, though, when earlier he sat on the Iran-Contra Investigation Committee, he wasn't big on voting to prosecute President Reagan and Vice President Bush for arming our enemies and waging an illegal war in Central America, which Congress expressly forbade. Grandstanding is McCollum's middle name, though. Is it any wonder that he also has a penchant for hanging around the wrong folks. For example Jeb Bush just happens to call him friend here.
Bill was once the congressperson for Disney World. And amusement park representation is just what you get with both Bill and Cooch. Today, both AGs have filed frivolous lawsuits trying to upend the nation's health care reform bill. Both will lose (badly). And both are wasting the court's time. Isn't there an opt-out provision anyway? So what the hell is Ken doing with our money. Oh, that's right, he claims he's not spending any of your money while he wastes his time and doesn't do his real job.