by Javier Manjarres Over the weekend, U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio attended a Faith Forum at a Fort Lauderdale church and spoke about the obstacles his and others’ families went through, the role of faith in the current political discourse, and the exceptionalism that has and will continue to define the United States of America.
Archive for July, 2010
by Javier Manjarres Sunday afternoon, The Shark Tank caught up with Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz as she stumped for Congressman and U.S. Senatorial candidate Kendrick Meek in Broward County, Florida. In all sincerity, Sharkie found himself in unchartered waters as he waded through the deep waters of Democratic Party support in the city of Sunrise. Earlier … Read more
by Javier Manjarres Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz finds herself in yet another storm of controversy, as she recently made some Alan Grayson-esque comments at a recent press conference concerning Obamacare. Karen Harrington, the current GOP frontrunner in the race to unseat Congresswoman Wasserman-Schultz, released the following well versed and snippy statement regarding the Congresswoman’s recent comment … Read more
by Javier Manjarres Florida Congressional candidate Allen West held a town hall meeting in Fort Lauderdale to address the concerns of voters who were clearly concerned about the direction the country is headed in. In true Allen West fashion, he flexed his broad knowledge of the issues and answered the questions with the utmost conviction.
by Javier Manjarres In a follow up to our piece last week regarding an incident that occurred at the Miami REC where Congressional Candidate Paul Crespo was confronted by local police after his remarks to the group, The Shark Tank has obtained a perviously unreleased video from the event from the Crespo Campaign which provides … Read more
Regular readers of the Tank know that we have pulled no punches towards soon-to-be Democrat Governor Charlie Crist, which is why we’re posting Senator George LeMieux’s endorsement of Marco Rubio. It is well known that LeMieux was Crist’s former confidant, advisor, and BFF for years, and that he aggressively campaigned for the ‘tanned man’ as soon … Read more
As chair of the Select Committee on Florida’s Economy, Senator Don Gaetz (R), Destin, has a lot of discretion. The mission of the Select Committee that he chairs is “to develop legislative proposals to strengthen Florida’s economy and then to advance those proposals through the legislative process.” On July 2nd, Sen. Gaetz announced that this committee would … Read more
by Javier Manjarres The Candidate Forum held at the monthly Miami GOP Executive Committee meeting began with a thud and ended with a bang. All of the candidates, running for local, state and federal seats, were invited to the meeting and allowed to speak for 2 minutes, and the candidates’ addresses were being timed. The … Read more
by Javier Manjarres Florida’s Congressional District 19 has seen alot of action over the past year. Just this past April, we saw a special election take place to fill the seat vacated by the Democrat Congressman from Maryland, Robert Wexler. The GOP primary in February turned out to be nothing less than a trainwreck disaster … Read more
by Javier Manjarres From virtually the beginning of the BP oil rig disaster that occurred back in April, soon-to-be Democrat Governor Charlie Crist has wisely gone about heightening his visibility through his accrual of substantial amounts of earned media. And that is to be expected, simply by virtue of the fact that he is the … Read more