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In order to discredit President Obama, most red state governors rejected cost free Medicaid Expansion for their poor and vulnerable citizens. You have to be a Republican to understand why this discredits the President and not them.
Kick Scott to the curb come November! VOTE Blue, Florida, and regain your state's sanity!
Twenty-first century New Jersey is a state so disconnected from the national narrative of “recovery” it might as well be its own country. The fact that the major media has ignored this story for so long is a tribute to Governor Christie’s prowess as a great entertainer. Not since the arrival of the Great Pandas from China has the major media been so distracted by sideshow antics. New Jersey is only one of three states where poverty has gone up according to the latest U.S. Census data.