Is this worth a Million Bucks?

One Million Dollars to embarrass our women!

Pit bulls Florida video contract

I do not know why organizations like

(N.O.W.)

National Organization for Women.

Are not protest every ad like this

treatment of Floridian Women

like ‘Pigs’

and

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Floridian men as

‘Paleolithic Subhuman’,

that can only think with a mine

Below their

‘Belly Button’!

However,

as a Man, a citizen of Florida,

And

A person who enjoys the beauty in every inch of my state.

I am extremely insulted!

We need people who spends our ‘tax money’

to show off Florida.

Spending those million dollars on ads

showing a first time visiting our states.

This, before or after visits to

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all of our beaches

and

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the attractions.

While spending the 3/4

of that million dollars

left over

on

maintaining our beaches and parks!

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4 thoughts on “Is this worth a Million Bucks?

  1. off-topic, but thought you might like this. I just received it from the Pacific War Museum…..

    SERVING WITH APACHE PRIDE: TWO NATIVE AMERICANS HONORED FOR THEIR SERVICE

    Serving With Apache Pride: Two Native Americans Honored for their Service

    Two Native Americans, U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Richard Banasau and his son, Master Sgt. Ernest C. Banasau, were honored posthumously at a plaque dedication ceremony on 29 October. Both men were members of the San Carlos Apache Tribe in Arizona. Richard Banasau served in the 1st Cavalry Division from 1922 to 1952 and was the longest serving enlisted man in the Cavalry. Ernest C. Banasau served in both the U.S. Army Air Force and then the U.S. Air Force from 1942 to 1964 and flew in the “Monkey’s Uncle” B-17 aircraft. He also participated in Operation Torch and the Berlin Airlift. Both men were career military. (Left: An Apache medicine man, Alvin Kindelay, and an Apache Desert Storm veteran, Cranson Hoffman, sang an Apache prayer during the ceremony.)

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