Poverty Rate Rising in Florida.

350,00 people in poverty higher than the national rate.

Orange and Osceola counties are the most effected

Proof is in the pudding

The idiom is usually stated the proof is in the pudding and means

that the end result is the mark of the success or failure of one’s efforts or planning.

The phrase may also be used in the past and future tenses: the proof will be/was in the pudding.

Poverty’s Widening Grasp:

Florida ranks in lower third in key categories

Florida seems to lead the nation in generating headlines about

dim-witted criminals, comical mishaps and electoral dysfunction.

http://www.newsherald.com/article/20150919/NEWS/150919095

So what is happening to our

“Let’s Get To Work?”

And

The “Let’s Keep working?”

Both slogans from our governor Rick Scott!

A Republican from Florida Group,

Let’s Get To Work is a 527 group formed to help Rick Scott,

a Republican running for governor in Florida.

As they say,

“The Proof is in the Pudding!”

A Stagnated government will always send the state and the country into a tail spin!

The last three governors were republicans

John Ellis Bush   (1999–2007)

Charlie Crist   (2007–2011)

Rick Lynn Scott   (2011–present )

Florida congress

Senators 1 democrat 1 republican

representatives

17 republicans to 10 democrats

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/FL

114th United States Congress

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/114th_United_States_Congress

113th United States Congress

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/113th_United_States_Congress

112th United States Congress

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/112th_United_States_Congress

111th United States Congress

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/111th_United_States_Congress

110th United States Congress

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/110th_United_States_Congress

109th United States Congress

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/109th_United_States_Congress

108th United States Congress

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/108th_United_States_Congress

Proof is in the pudding

The idiom is usually stated the proof is in the pudding and means

that the end result is the mark of the success or failure of one’s efforts or planning.

The phrase may also be used in the past and future tenses: the proof will be/was in the pudding.

O.K.

“Now let’s really get to work and dump the cobwebs out of office and replace with true proven winners?”

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