What’s percolating on the Florida blogs this morning?
Over at SaintPetersblog, Peter Schorsch breaks down the bad, very bad, nasty numbers facing Democrats in the I-4. Read them here, but only while sitting down, preferably with a good, stiff drink. Oh, and the answer to the question: is Dave Aronberg the last man standing? … is yes.
Meanwhile, Charlie Crist does the full Obama monte, going from “the hug” to distancing himself from “the hug” to “yes we can!” Unfortunately for Charlie, it’s looking increasingly like “no, we can’t.”
Over to The Buzz, where we’re treated to a cool history lesson. Always welcome in my world. Meanwhile, Charlie Crist heads to South Florida to do a little poachng, and Yolly Roberson ponders good and evil…
At Naked Politics, we get Bill Clinton teeing off on behalf of Florida Dems, and NP tries their hand at FiveThirtyEight-style vote crunching. Very dangerous territory, I think, and pronounces Rick Scott to be leading the balloting by 100,000 votes.
To the Palm Beach Post, where the operative word (also from The Future, Mr. Aronberg) is “Florissippi.” Plus, Charlie Crist on the “covert campaign,” Rubio laps up the international media adoration, and Kendrick Meek dials “Florida 911.”
Question of the day: yes, I know the Florida press corps is gaga over Marco Rubio, but can a guy at 45 percent really have “coat tails?”
At the FPC Blog and at the Daily Kos, Kenny Quinnell makes his best case for voting, and voting D.
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