It is interesting to observe how quickly Charlie Crist has learned the Democratic playbook. Either he is truly a convert to a Democrat, or, more likely, the same flip-flopper he has always been.
He uses all the emotional terms that the left-wing liberals use without definition to continue to convince the gullible voter he has all the answers to their problems, which is to denigrate by name calling any entity that creates jobs.
He accuses the present governor of giving tax breaks to big corporations without explaining how that affects the voter who pays no taxes.
Liberals always talk of establishing equality by giving tax breaks to people who pay no taxes; when diagnosed, that means more taxation on job creators to fund more programs to aid those who do not earn enough to contribute to the economy and themselves.
It is telling that anytime liberals identify an enemy they always refer to them as "big," such as big corporations, big oil or big pharmacy.
I know there are small corporations, but I do not know of any little oil companies or little pharmaceutical companies. If such little companies exist they could not meet the demand the big companies do.
I prefer to cast my vote for a politician who understands job creation and not name-calling. Maybe Charlie Christ took to heart that statement of Dale Carnegie, who wrote, "When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures bustling with prejudices and motivated by pride and vanity."
D. Merrill Adams