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Jordan: senator crossed line

State GOP chair Carole Jean Jordan is protesting Sen. Nancy Argenziano's recent letter suggesting the governor is a dictator.

Jordan wrote in a statement: "While I understand that State Senator Argenziano might have strong feelings about a hotly contested Republican primary involving a good friend, her comments today regarding Governor Jeb Bush crossed many lines.

Primaries exist to help the Republican Party confirm its direction, and a hearty debate on the issues is healthy, but personal attacks on the sitting Governor of Florida questioning his character are far beyond the bounds of responsible dialogue.  I sincerely hope that Senator Argenziano will reconsider her comments, especially in light of all that Governor Bush has done for the people of Florida and for the Republican Party."

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