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Scott bashes McCollum for backing 'pro-homosexual rights' Giuliani

From Politico Former hospital executive Rick Scott, a deep-pocketed and increasingly serious candidate for governor of Florida, attacked his Republican Primary rival today for having backed former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani in 2008. Attorney General Bill McCollum "endorsed pro-abortion and pro-homosexual rights candidate Rudy Giuliani for president in 2008 and was a Giuliani campaign leader in Florida," wrote Scott consultant Keith Appell in a memo to reporters. McCollum faced attacks from the right on gay rights his 2004 Senate bid, but has more recently been criticized for retaining an anti-gay activist since accused of hiring a gay prostitute as an expert witness.

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True Blue

What the heck. I doubt that many gays will be voting Republican this year ( not even the Log Cabins)so Scott feels safe to write off this group. Come November(if he survives)he may live to regret this.

Even G. NO P.er's have gay children.

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