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Fla. Gov. Charlie Crist 2012 DNC Speech

Mopvyzo 2012/09/07 01:22:39
Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist, also a former Republican, spoke to the Democratic National Convention Thursday night about leaving the Republican Party and how the party had moved away from his ideals.

"I'm here tonight, not as a Republican, not as a Democrat, simply as American who understands that we must come together behind the one man who can lead the way forward in these challenging times: my president, our president, Barack Obama."


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  • kudabux 2012/09/07 01:47:20
    kudabux
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    His speech was pretty good. John Kerry and Joe Biden rocked the house. I would like to be a fly on the wall at dubya's. LOL

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  • Jorge Enriquez 2012/10/06 23:46:45
    Jorge Enriquez
    Thanks
  • Mopvyzo 2012/09/07 18:26:28
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  • gfreeman BN-0 2012/09/07 17:19:50
    gfreeman BN-0
    Holy cripes man! You have to stop borrowing Boehner's bronzer.
  • Keeping It Real 2012/09/07 05:58:01
    Keeping It Real
    +2
    He gave a good speech without appearing to be phony!
  • EdVenture 2012/09/07 04:52:28
    EdVenture
    +1
    Don't blame him there are others, felt bad though he wasn't received well.
  • thecutesttentacle 2012/09/07 03:07:40
    thecutesttentacle
    hm
  • Max7 2012/09/07 02:27:06
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    I think that he said it best, when he said that he spoke not as a Republican, or Democrat, but as an American. He's not the first Republican to speak against the tactics of the party, I believe as Colin Powell said regarding himself, he said, "I grew up as a Republican, my party is the Republican party, but, in keeping with a sense of right and wrong, with what the party is trying to do this young man based on the fact that they had made up their minds by any means necessary that Barack H. Obama would be a one term president, and that they would reject all of his efforts to restore our economy, he could not support John McCain as president of the United States." For both Colin Powell, and Gov. Charlie Gist, the Republican party is making an effort to take our country back into the dismal days of Cheney and Bush, and even further back into the dark days of slavery.
  • kudabux 2012/09/07 01:47:20
    kudabux
    +4
    His speech was pretty good. John Kerry and Joe Biden rocked the house. I would like to be a fly on the wall at dubya's. LOL
  • cutter's falls 2012/09/07 01:44:02

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