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Kottkamp, frequent flier, honors space launch

Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp, who knows a thing or two about flying high and logging the air miles, will be at the Challenger Learning Center in Tallahassee to recognize the 40th anniversary of the Apollo II launch, when Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, and Michael Collins launched from NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.

He'll no doubt be asked about his expected announcement of entering the Attorney General race, which comes as he faces an ethics complaint over his use of the state plane. Here's the proclamation he'll read: Download 2009.7.20 Apollo 11 Anniversary


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Petty Catty

What a catty little biotch the person who wrote this is. Must be worried about their job.


This is ridiculous - cut the bias, Shannon. Or are you going to add "who knows a thing or two about flying high and logging the air miles" and "which comes as [s]he faces an ethics complaint over [her] use of the state plane" to every blog you do on Alex Sink?

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