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Ron DeSantis's Test of Leadership, Hurricane Ian Closes In On Tampa Bay


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1 minute ago, Orlando Tim said:

Do you ever do any fact checking or just repost everything insulting to DeSantis?


Well fact check it bro - lol 

On 9/28/2022 at 5:39 PM, Big Blitz said:

This is how terrified they are of this man -

 

The storm has barely reached landfall and they already have what probably are next weeks talking points and narratives ready to go....

 

What Republican did this before Sandy even made landfall?  

 

It was passed *checks notes* on JANUARY 28TH 2013 - 3 months after the storm.

 

 

What total disgusting loser pigs you people are.  


You can’t make this up 

 

 

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22 minutes ago, BillStime said:


Well fact check it bro - lol 


You can’t make this up 

 

 

I appreciate you admitting you just report everything that sounds like it could be bad for DeSantis.

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Ron DeSantis Warns Looters, Leftist's Mass Hysteria Follows

 

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All this because DeSantis said that looting is bad and could lead to bodily harm. It’s silly, but it’s also a sign that the Florida man has arrived. No matter what he says or does, he elicits a visceral reaction from the left, so much so that he now has them defending criminal behavior. DeSantis could say the sky is blue and the left would lose their minds. That’s how you know he’s over the target.

 

DeSantis’ ability to dictate the conversation while making his enemies look weak and pathetic is enjoyable to watch. He owns the libs and manages to exhibit extreme competency while doing so. There’s a reason he’s so popular on the right and the left fears him so much.

 

 

https://redstate.com/bonchie/2022/10/01/ron-desantis-warns-looters-mass-hysteria-follows-n635986

 

 

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47 minutes ago, B-Man said:

 

 

Ron DeSantis Warns Looters, Leftist's Mass Hysteria Follows

 

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All this because DeSantis said that looting is bad and could lead to bodily harm. It’s silly, but it’s also a sign that the Florida man has arrived. No matter what he says or does, he elicits a visceral reaction from the left, so much so that he now has them defending criminal behavior. DeSantis could say the sky is blue and the left would lose their minds. That’s how you know he’s over the target.

 

DeSantis’ ability to dictate the conversation while making his enemies look weak and pathetic is enjoyable to watch. He owns the libs and manages to exhibit extreme competency while doing so. There’s a reason he’s so popular on the right and the left fears him so much.

 

 

https://redstate.com/bonchie/2022/10/01/ron-desantis-warns-looters-mass-hysteria-follows-n635986

 

 

 

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Be interesting to see how the insurance market shakes out in Florida now. Will insurance companies get socialist help from the government or will rates be super sky high there? Without government help it just might be too expensive to live there. The federal government should in no way be helping in THAT matter. Let the state take care of that. 

 

 

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39 minutes ago, Tiberius said:

Be interesting to see how the insurance market shakes out in Florida now. Will insurance companies get socialist help from the government or will rates be super sky high there? Without government help it just might be too expensive to live there. The federal government should in no way be helping in THAT matter. Let the state take care of that. 

 

 

That’s it? That’s what you got? Hurricane relief is the reason to throw everything in the middle of the table and redistribute at will? Sure….sounds like a great strategy. You go first. Throw it all in there. 

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1 hour ago, Tiberius said:

Be interesting to see how the insurance market shakes out in Florida now. Will insurance companies get socialist help from the government or will rates be super sky high there? Without government help it just might be too expensive to live there. The federal government should in no way be helping in THAT matter. Let the state take care of that. 

 

 

We just need more government. All hail bureaucracy!

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1 hour ago, Tiberius said:

Be interesting to see how the insurance market shakes out in Florida now. Will insurance companies get socialist help from the government or will rates be super sky high there? Without government help it just might be too expensive to live there. The federal government should in no way be helping in THAT matter. Let the state take care of that. 

 

 

 

 

One of the main reasons the Florida insurance market is a complete dumpster fire because of excessive regulation and interference in the market.  The reality is when the complex math formula that is “insurance” is regulated/politicized to the degree that the math is removed, you get a completely f’d up system.   
 

On the federal government chipping in to solve a state-created problem, what have you seen that makes you concerned the feds are going to solve the problem of an insolvent carrier, or more importantly, the family that lost their home and their carrier was mismanaged to the point there is no money to pay their claim?  Assume they are Biden supporters.  Do they eat cake? 
 

Finally, there is history of the federal government subsidizing and bailing out private industry. You may recall the Troubled Asset and Relief Program under the Obama administration doing just that—financial firms, auto makers, insurance companies, banks, etc all received an infusion of capital under the guise of the greater good.  Yet, now, you’re squeamish about helping those in need? 
 


 

 

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20 minutes ago, leh-nerd skin-erd said:

 

 

One of the main reasons the Florida insurance market is a complete dumpster fire because of excessive regulation and interference in the market.  The reality is when the complex math formula that is “insurance” is regulated/politicized to the degree that the math is removed, you get a completely f’d up system.   
 

On the federal government chipping in to solve a state-created problem, what have you seen that makes you concerned the feds are going to solve the problem of an insolvent carrier, or more importantly, the family that lost their home and their carrier was mismanaged to the point there is no money to pay their claim?  Assume they are Biden supporters.  Do they eat cake? 
 

Finally, there is history of the federal government subsidizing and bailing out private industry. You may recall the Troubled Asset and Relief Program under the Obama administration doing just that—financial firms, auto makers, insurance companies, banks, etc all received an infusion of capital under the guise of the greater good.  Yet, now, you’re squeamish about helping those in need? 
 


 

 

I think natural disasters are the reason. 

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