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Published: Thursday, June 2 2011 11:55 a.m. MDT

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lket
Bluffdale, UT

its funny how Rommney just spews negative things about the president and says he's the worst ever when aproval rattings are high. maybe he could talk about the real things that need to be done like end the wars get out and have no more. or how about the tax cuts to the top 1 % that most got rich on the wars by selling weapons, drugs, fuel, etc. the list is so long. and the jobs that have not been made to come about and never will. they need to break the will of the working class and the middle class first so they can cut wages and make more money.

Brother Chuck Schroeder
A Tropical Paradise USA, FL

Romney may open a presidential bid challenging Obama, but would he do this>

Dear Chuck,

When I ran for Governor, I promised that I would do something few elected officials ever actually do - hold government accountable.
As you know from the budget I signed last week, I'm working hard each and every day to make sure that your tax dollars are spent wisely and our state avoids getting further into debt. We must make Florida the most attractive state for companies to relocate to and entrepreneurs to start businesses in to create new jobs.

Tuesday, I signed into law legislation that continues to hold government accountable. This new law would require that welfare recipients (those seeking temporary cash assistance from the state) undergo drug screening in order to receive their benefits.

This new law will also encourage personal accountability and will help to prevent the misuse of our tax dollars.

Each and every day we are making great strides in getting Florida back to work and holding government accountable. With your continued support, we will turn Florida around!.

Sincerely,
Governor Rick Scott

The answer with Romney would be "NO", he flip flops to much and lies to much.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

Chuck, you're just TOO much.

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