Florida had its Official Primary Election

Yes

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We voted today,

did you?

Florida had its Official Primary Election Today 08/30/2016.

I was under the impression that it was my Ballot?

Wrong!

Florida, at least Lake Country, now forces you to vote for an opposing party’s candidate ever if it is against your principles.

They have been doing this at least since we moved to Florida.

However, I use to just leave that section blank.

After all of these years seeing the constant crooked politicians

getting into office and being able to stay there,

I decided to draw a line down that section.

No!

The computer will not allow you to do this.

So,

once your ballot comes back out of the machine

and into human hands

and you leave this blank?

I am a Florida Democrat!

WHY?

Because the Florida Republicans have completely corruped the system and rigged it so that they can get rich off of

my tax money and

I, for one am tired of this!

On the way out the door,

I asked those republican majorities in the building,

“What would the Republican Party do,

if the tables were turned

and

they were forced to vote for a Democrat?”

“It got so quiet in the building that you could hear a pin drop a mile away!”

http://mypoliticalopinionblog.blogspot.com/2016/08/yes-we-voted-today-did-you.html?zx=92dd5e5492f54160

I also voted YES on Solar, we shall see?

Nine Investigates: Solar energy debate

Solar energy debate casts shade on Sunshine State

Follow up on SOLAR BLOCKING

https://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2015/05/15/florida-averages-236-sunny-days-per-year/

Nine Investigates: Solar energy debate casts shade on Sunshine State

ORLANDO, Fla.

Florida, the third-largest state in the union, has on average 236 days of sunshine each year. Despite the population and the abundant sunshine, Florida is behind 11 other states in solar capacity, trailing states like New Jersey and New Hampshire.

http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/9-investigates-solar-energy-debate-casts-shade-sun/nmHPQ/?ref=cbTopWidget

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