Greer lawsuit sheds light on inner-workings of endemic corruption within Fla. G.O.P.
By Chris Ingram
You can’t write fiction this well.
Disgraced former RPOF Chairman Jim “I can’t find a job making six figures at a bowling alley” Greer has filed a ridiculous lawsuit against the state party and its Chairman John “double-talk” Thrasher. I don’t have any love lost for either of these clowns, and in fact I am actually enjoying the circus-like atmosphere they and others in the Florida G.O.P. created.
I can’t help but be reminded of the old saying, “If you lie with the dogs, expect to get fleas.” These people all get what they deserve: each other. The state party and the Republican “leadership” in Florida is dominated by narcissistic, ego-driven, power-hungry and corrupt do-nothings who care nothing about anything than their own re-election. They’re willing to compromise principles, good judgment, ethics, and right from wrong in order to maintain power. The incestuous nature of Tallahassee politics will be exposed by Jim Greer and his lawsuit, and for that we owe him our appreciation.
So yes, with a smirk on my face I am relishing the sad state of the Florida GOP and hoping this pathetic chapter in its history will cause real people to stand up and demand better, run for office, and put a stop to the bankrupting of our state and our nation compliments of the people whom we elect.
I’ll step off my soap box now. If you want to read Greer’s ridiculous (but hilarious) lawsuit which will no doubt expose all sorts of GOP shenanigans under discovery, click here.
Chris Ingram is the president and founder of 411 Communications a corporate and political communications firm, and publisher of www.IrreverentView.com. Ingram is a frequent pundit on Fox News and CNN, and has written opinion columns for the Washington Times, UPI, Front Page Florida, and National Review online. E-mail him at: Chris@IrreverentView.com.
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