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Go Charlie Crist!America’s favorite recently-married orange Floridian, Governor Charlie Crist, had to quit the Republican Party because the teabaggers didn’t want him to be the new U.S. senator. Why do teabaggers hate Republicans so much? Doesn’t matter! Charlie now has a healthy lead in the three-way or four-way race for Senate, while dumb wingnut Marco Rubio is currently 11 points down and Democrat Rep. Kendrick Meek has dropped way down to third place but is at least ahead of gross gazillionaire Jeff Greene — the Democratic nomination won’t be settled until August 24, and Greene may well buy the race for himself, and then he can celebrate with his special friends Heidi Fleiss and Mike Tyson (both of whom are on Florida’s currency and/or license plate.)

Greene made his fortune betting on Florida’s housing collapse, but he’s not the only FL Senate candidate whose shows up in a Google news search for “Florida foreclosure.” Tea Party sweetheart Rubio’s own house in Tallahassee is currently in foreclosure, whoops! Rubio own(ed) the house with Rep. David Rivera, because they lived together in this house, the two of them, when “they were in Tallahassee for legislative sessions and other business.” Ha ha, what?

Crist is at 42 percent today, compared to Rubio’s 31 percent and Meek’s lousy 14 percent; Meek has been going south ever since Crist ditched the GOP. [TampaBay.com/AP/TPM]

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  1. Can we get the Florida Greene to donate some of his Gazillions to the South Carolin Greene? Are they any kin? Lots of intrigue here. Inquiring minds need to know.

  2. No Teabagger there, just alot of hot water.

    Has he announced with whom he will caucus with if he wins? Or will revealing that erode his lead?

  3. Crist thumping Rubio might finally convince the teabaggers to go back to RV-ing or to their adult communities to watch the Tee Vee or whatever it is that they do. Good for America, but bad for comedy and could mean no more children’s treasuries of pics of these slobs invading our fair District of Columbia with signs.

    This is a tough one.

  4. [re=602855]choinski[/re]: Crist said he would be an independent voice for Florida. He also promised to punch Joe Lieberman in the nutsack.

  5. Once there was a ‘Tea Party’ movement which was going to decimate the Democratic Party. Soon, it seems, all that will be left is a used desiccated tea bag left by Grandma on a little dish next to her dentures.

  6. The collision of the lobbyists for Big Oil and Big Tourism should be causing conservatard heads to explode in a few weeks. Florida will be the site of the splattering.

    Look for OIL-SOAKED TRUCKNUTZ in stores soon!

  7. Apparently Kendrick Meek must have strangled a whole buncha bums to death to explain a major party candidate pulling in one out of every seven Floridians.

  8. If Crist wins, I would guess he’d follow a certain other independent and caucus with the Republicans and claim to be one of them, but actually vote with the Democrats nearly every single time.

  9. Another great dispatch from the Associated Press.

    “The Internal Revenue Service investigated spending by Rubio and more than two dozen other party leaders under former state chairman Jim Greer, who faces criminal charges for his own freewheeling spending of dollars on himself.”

    SPENDING OF DOLLARS ON HIMSELF?!?

    Jim Greer sounds like a stone criminal.

  10. You can never just “ditch” the GOP as if it were a bad date. You can only try to lose it in a high speed car chase, like the one in “Bullet”.

    [re=602855]choinski[/re]: Charlie will choose to caucus with Scott Brown, if you get my meaning, if you get my drift.

  11. I like new Charlie. I enjoy his slightly bitchy facebook status updates (after getting lots of angry feedback over vetoing the “mandatory ultrasound and description of featus before abortion bill” he posted “Thank you for your feedback on my veto of HB 1143. Whatever your view, most of us can agree that government intrusion between a patient and doctor is not advisable.”). I love that he’s now saying he’d be in favor of overturning the ban on gay adoptions.

    Of course it’s much easier to say that he’s in favor of overturning the gay adoption ban if he’s in the Senate where he won’t actually have any authority to do that. Would have been slightly more helpful if he would have don this a few years ago when he had the ability to actually get something done.

  12. [re=602860]The Silver Fox[/re]: Crist thumping Rubio might finally convince the teabaggers to go back to RV-ing…good for America but bad for comedy…

    Not a chance. The baggers can and will interpret anything the way Fox News tells them to, and guaranteed they’ve already written the memos on how to spin this if Crist wins. I can’t ever figure out how the crazies will spin it, and it makes my head hurt to try, but I know they will. Since stealing elections in Florida is just about mandatory, they’ll probably go with that, but say only the Dems do it, or only since 2010, or somesuch.

  13. Which one does Jeb Bush support? That one will win, the Bush-Miami Cuban connection goes back to the Bay of Pigs, through the Kennedy Assasination, and Watergate. The Miami Cubans are the Bush family’s brownshirts. They assasinate presidents, bug offices, steal elections, whatever it takes.

  14. Apparently, again from Mother Jones, but this time from a not good article, the FGOP is saying that Tea Party candidates are actually Democrats, that they’re Alvin Greenes!

    Wow. You whore yourself out just once — a few times, and then suddenly all of these ugly men are at your door demanding sex. It’s tough being the FGOP!

  15. [re=602889]Katydid[/re]: [re=602860]The Silver Fox[/re]: One more thing. The baggers are the best thing to ever happen to the GOP, because they get to let their freak flag fly, then claim racism is so yesterday, so no one’s a racist, yada yada. They’re never going to let go of the baggers. They won’t need to lose them when they get back in power because the baggers will never turn on them, because they are, in fact, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Republican party. If the baggers turned and ran, the GOP would chase them down the rabbit hole.

  16. [re=602891]Prommie[/re]: Jeb is openly for Marco.

    Even with the power of Bush I suspect Marco will run into two problems. 1) He’s too red for the very purple citizens of the Orlampa area. 2) I suspect the rednecks up in northern Florida will not want to vote for some guy with a ferign name like “Marco” or “Rubio”. If you can rebrand him in the Panhandle as Mark Ruby he would have the lead.

  17. [re=602888]MissyLissa[/re]:

    Just a cotton pickin‘ minute. (Or should I say, tar ball pickin’ minute?) There is clear and irrefutable precedent for Marco el Guapo‘s and Grrer’s actions. http://tinyurl.com/ybykqcw

    [re=602874]donner_froh[/re]: The “new” Charlie is, in fact, the old Charlie, i.e. the Charlie before he had to whore himself out to the right wing of das GOP. He can now admit that voluntarily went to see both “Sex and the City” and “Sex and the City 2”.

  18. [re=602891]Prommie[/re]: True true, until the Cubans speak, nobody really knows whose day is going to be ruined. Either way, cocktails at Monty’s Marina!! Hola Fidel!

  19. The TeaBaggers suffer from too much ClusterFox. If they watch that crap long enough they begin to actually believe a leaderless and generally disorganized mob composed of 2% of the voting population, that won’t donate money to any campaign, is going to decide who wins in November.

    You betcha!

  20. Chain Gang Charlie is from St. Pete so he has home field advantage in the I-4 Corridor which is the swing vote in Florida.

    Rubio and Meek will split the polarized South Florida vote.

    Folks in north Florida would prefer a white guy but they’ll settle for orange over black or Latino.

  21. [re=602912]S.Luggo[/re]: He can now admit that voluntarily went to see both “Sex and the City” and “Sex and the City 2″.

    Went to see them? I thought he wrote them. Y’kno, “gay men playing with Barbie dolls” and all.

  22. [re=602891]Prommie[/re]:

    Which one does Jeb Bush support? That one will win, the Bush-Miami Cuban connection goes back to the Bay of Pigs, through the Kennedy Assasination, and Watergate. The Miami Cubans are the Bush family’s brownshirts. They assasinate presidents, bug offices, steal elections, whatever it takes.

    I doubt if Rubio will even win in Miami. The Cuban olds aren’t that big of a voting bloc anymore and most of their children are democrats. If Jeb and Rubio hadn’t made the terrible decision of trying to ride the Teabagger wave, they would’ve won handidly. They messed up by forgetting that crazy doesn’t play well amongst Floridians.

  23. [re=602861]Nappied Hypotenuse[/re]: “He also promised to punch Joe Lieberman in the nutsack.”

    Got my vote right there…

    …if I lived in Florida. Although if I did, I would probably kill myself, so it’s probably best I can’t vote for Charlie Crist.

  24. Charlie now has a healthy lead in the three-way or four-way race for Senate…. A three- way with Charlie Crist? Uh, no thanks. And a four-way is absolutely out of the question.

  25. [re=603125]Aurelio[/re]: What if that three-way included Schock and Brown? mmm, Schock and Brown.(that is the same codename for the gay community’s attempt to repeal DADT, ironically.)

  26. [re=603696]morecowbell[/re]: Nice work for so early in the morning I should try it!

    I spent 2004 working in FL. for the acorns. It is a strange and fabulous place. Secondlife comes to mind though I’m not sure why.

  27. CHENEY spits as

    CHENEY spits as the AM-radio
    says Crist polls 42%, Rubio 31%.
    “Where the f’r all those greasy
    ex-Cubans?” forgetting it’s only
    angloradio, not radioespanol
    where Rubio polls a cool 110%.
    “I’m told Rosy Ruiz is 100% for
    that greasy bag of plantain chips!”.
    2 bar-flies stare blankly as he raves;
    neither understands English, both
    are (indeterminate) war escapees.

    (25 JUN 10, Santa Clara CA)v1

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