…that’s what Charlie Crist, governor (R) of Florida knows his citizens will do to protect their representation in the Democratic primary process. They will go out in the sun, ducking falling coconuts, in their shorts and flipflops to vote again, if necessary.
Well, not any burden, let’s be reasonable. Or price. It would cost those brave citizens almost a buck each, and Crist (and (D) Senator Nelson) think the Democratic National Committee should pay for it. Because it made rules the Florida government didn’t like and ignored, uh huh.
This is a state whose motto should be “Consequences? We don’t do no stinkin’ consequences!”. If you don’t want to pay (through insurance premiums) for the entirely predictable losses that pile up when you build your houses in the path of hurricanes, surely it’s right and just that everyone else kick in.