Corrine Brown, considering a run for the United States Senate, actually said this about Charlie Crist:
“I just think the state needs more than someone who’s there to talk a great game…”
She should know.
Filed under Gators, Gators..., Political Wankery
Jeez. As most people know by now, I’m as big a left-wing commie pinko liberal as there is — and even I’d vote for Charlie Crist before I voted for Corrine Brown.
Representative Corrine Brown’s (Papermill Town – Democrat) launch of an exploratory campaign to run for U.S. Senate fails to achieve liftoff and is scrubbed for a defective O-ring, like “O, you may not be a U.S. Senator if you don’t know how to speak English.”
Corch, Tim, Percy Harvey and the University of Florida all issue separate statements expressing regret for Representative Brown’s failure to launch but in reality all are greatly relieved.
Corch posts $100 bounty to first geek in Computer Science Department who can scrub internet of Rep. Corrine Brown’s Gainesville Address to Congress congradulating the Gator.
Senator, I needed something to pick me up after I learned that I’m part of the 60% ownership group of GM. This just isn’t doing it.
She got one thing right… BS BCS
60% ownership, 0% say.
Looks like the “right to work” south has kicked the Big 10 union’s asses.
Don’t y’all realize she’s superior to the conferences that she plays in?
Corrine Brown – A terrific example of diversity at work in our society.
Diversity – because a mind is a terrible thing.
If anyone is willing to put that “gator chant” that she loves on a T-shirt I would gladly buy one.
1,2…3,4,5 dem dere gator don’t take no jive.
Gets me every time.
I invite input on a fine point of interpretation that has caused a considerable debate in some quarters: Is her hero Corch Irvin Meyers or Corch Irving Meyers? It’s very important to get the grammar right.
“It starts with ourselves, and we want to dominate everybody in the east,” Fromm said. “It kind of starts in-house, and trying to get better every day.” — The Red & Black, 4/5/18
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