More than 1 million Florida residents already have cast a vote in the presidential election, which will be decided in one week. Given recent news, at least a few of those who voted for the incumbent must be wishing they could retrieve their ballots.
As Tallahassee’s pols, pundits and power brokers gathered around the TV Thursday night to reinforce opinions they’ve already formed about the job performances of President Obama and Congress, a far more uplifting show unfolded at Ruby Diamond Auditorium.
President Obama talked to students and other Floridians at the University of Miami on Thursday to reiterate a major item from his State of the Union address last month -- what he calls an “all-of-the-above” approach to energy.
"The success of a party means little except when the nation is using that party for a large and definite purpose," said Woodrow Wilson in his first inaugural. "No one can mistake the purpose for which the nation now seeks to use the Democratic Party."
Beginning in 2012, President Obama seems to have taken on a new job title: host and director of a reality TV show. He is the host of a Washington, D.C., based reality TV show whereby he is cast as the leader and uses sensationalism to attract audience viewership and to increase attention.
Leaders in Florida’s business, labor and space industry urged President Barack Obama in a letter Monday to extend the space shuttle program at Kennedy Space Center or replace it with a similar manned, heavy-lift vehicle as soon as possible.
Congress is out for one more week on its spring recess, and presumably the members of Congress are enjoying some quality family and constituent time. During a recent press event, U.S. Sen. George LeMieux, R-FL vowed to sponsor and support legislation to repeal the federal health-care law and replace it with anti-health-care fraud legislation.