DeSantis vs. Crist in their only debate is tonight...

steelhawkeye

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Who cares? We need to bring back direct conversation in this country. Everyone always being nice doesn’t work. Everyone takes everything personally. The dude is a public figure, a politician at that- if he can’t take that (which was extremely mild), he should find a new job.

If you can't have a direct conversation without name calling like an ignorant loser, than you shouldn't be a leader in any capacity.

No one is saying he 'can't take it'. That's not the point. It's amazing that rubes like you eat up that kind of rhetoric.
 

NCHawk5

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Sounds like you’re diverting attention from your future Presidential candidate
I don’t have a future candidate. This debate is meaningless and really uninteresting. Desantis will win Florida because he’s been successful. Honestly, how could you guys think anyone who’s not a hardcore Dem would get excited about a democrat in 2022 lol?
 

The Tradition

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Lame. There will be one takeaway from tonight. And that will be Ron dumping Florida in two years. If Florida is ok being used like that, vote for him. Otherwise, Crist may be the way to go.

Why would we want Rerun Charlie back just because DeSantis might not serve for four full years? His Lt. Governor won't be pushing any radical liberal agendas....

Pretty lame point to hang your hat on, but whatever floats your boat....
 

Huey Grey

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Why would we want Rerun Charlie back just because DeSantis might not serve for four full years? His Lt. Governor won't be pushing any radical liberal agendas....

Pretty lame point to hang your hat on, but whatever floats your boat....
Florida may well not want Charlie. But it's clear Ron only plans on working for a year max and will then will dump Florida to start campaigning full time.

Hell, it may even be less than that. Trump will probably start his campaign after the midterms. Ron won't have much choice but to campaign, too.