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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

United States Cuba Relations - The Florida U.S. Senate Race

Democrats should force Kendrick Meek out of the Florida’s U.S. Senate Race!

All the talk that some in the Democratic Party are being unfair and disloyal to Kendrick Meek wanting him to drop out of the United States Senate is nonsense.

The National and the State Democratic Party should force Kendrick Meek out of the Florida Senate Race primarily for three reasons;

• He is not a loyal Democrat. In the 2008 Florida Congressional Election, for the 25th District, held by a Republican Cuban-American extremist, Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart who was challenged by a credible Democratic candidate, Joe Garcia, Kendrick Meek supported the Republican Congressman.

• Kendrick Meek is a pawn of the Cuban-American extremists in Miami . It is unconscionable that a black man would have an immigration policy for Haiti requiring all Haitians entering the United States illegally be deported immediately while any Cuban coming to the United States illegally can stay if they just touch our soil. How can you have one immigration policy for Haitians and a different one for Cubans?

• Kendrick Meek in over two years of campaigning has not generated one iota of excitement for his candidacy. It is obvious that a vote for Kendrick Meek is, in reality, a vote for Marco Rubio. Kendrick Meek knows this, and many wonder that he remains in the race to help elect the Republican Marco Rubio, who is, also, controlled by the former rich supporters of Fulgencio Batista. If Kendrick Meek drops out of the race, Charlie Crist will beat Marco Rubio, and if the Democrats remain in control of the US Senate, Charlie Crist will caucus with Democrats.

Let’s get the word out to Florida Democrats to vote for Charlie Crist.

-Albert A. Fox, Jr.


Anonymous said...

Very interesting! I knew that Kendrick Meek was pro-embargo, but I didn't know about the rest. Thank you for sharing!

Tony Martinez said...

The question Kendrick Meek should answer is whether he wants to remain in the U.S. Senate Race in Florida or ensure Marco Rubio's victory next Tuesday?