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Bunker scraps can wait another day, what do you make of this?
Over drinks after 10 p.m. at the members-only Governors Club just steps from the state Capitol, Artiles told Sens. Audrey Gibson of Jacksonville and Perry Thurston of Fort Lauderdale that Senate President Joe Negron of Stuart had risen to his powerful GOP leadership role because “six niggers” in the Republican caucus had elected him.
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Oops -- did your true feelings inadvertently pop out?

Forget six...African-Americans (slurred by Frank here as a double pejorative) in the Republican caucus, how about six prominent African-American Republican national leaders period -- Carson, but then what -- Herman? JC Watts?

What a jerk.

Speaking of manly virtues, how about Kasowitz Benson staking their firm's reputation behind defending Bill O's alleged falafel adventures?
In his statement, Kasowitz also said that his firm “has uncovered evidence that the smear campaign is being orchestrated by far-left organizations bent on destroying O’Reilly for political and financial reasons. That evidence will be put forth shortly and it is irrefutable.”
I'm sure Fox is a HUGE client, but dude -- how disappointing.

Turns out Alex Jones is a performance artist -- just like me!

Finally, Mr. President -- man up.

In fact everyone, all of us -- man up peeps.


Comments

  1. What about the fact that as an excuse for the slur, Artiles said that he is from Hialeah!

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  2. That firm's a joke.

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  3. The Miami Herald's story about Dr. Emma Lew's collusion in cover-up of Darren Rainey's murder has been published in the New Yorker and UK's the Independent. Dr. Lew has been acting ME here for years. She takes the stand like a dignitary, sometimes in scrubs, awing juries with her air of scientific objectivity. She's a tool, always has been. This recent exposure of her corruption should lead to demand for her ouster, if not indictment.

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  4. Frank Artiles needs civility training and anger management if it is good enough and works in family court for those using derogatory terms to describe and communicate with ex-spouses and have anger issues it should work for Frank.

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