Foreclosure Defense FloridaGeneral Information

Integrity Florida— Now That's A Real Oxymoron. I mean the world knows Florida is a black hole of corruption. That's a fact.

Here’s what Integrity Florida (haha everytime I read that I gotta giggle. Right?) has to say about Florida:

Florida led the U.S. in federal public corruption convictions from 2000 – 2010i, according to U.S.
Department of Justice data. Corruption was a top ten factor Forbes magazineii pointed to in 2012
when it named three Florida cities to its list of America’s Most Miserable Cities: #1 Miami, #4
West Palm Beach and #7 Fort Lauderdale. Florida also received a failing grade for ethics
enforcement agencies on the Florida Corruption Risk Report Card released in 2012 by State
Integrity Investigation.

Now the real disturbing thing about all this is things were real bad before Rick Scott, Con Artist in Chief was elected…what if they did a report now?   Scary.

One Comment

  • neidermeyer says:

    Gov. Rick Scott: voter purge lawful, feds are wrong and breaking the law (tells DOJ to pound sand)
    The Miami Herald ^ | June 6, 2012 | Marc Caputo and Steve Bousquet
    Posted on Thursday, June 07, 2012 3:30:18 AM by Lancey Howard
    In a sharply-worded letter, the Scott administration all but dares the Justice Department to sue Florida for allegedly violating voting rights laws.
    Gov. Rick Scott’s election’s chief on Wednesday defiantly refused a federal demand to stop purging non-citizens from Florida’s voter rolls, intensifying an election-year confrontation with President Barack Obama’s administration as each side accuses the other of breaking federal law.
    In a sharply worded letter, Scott’s administration claimed the Department of Justice doesn’t understand two federal voting laws at the heart of the dispute and was protecting potentially illegal voters more than legal ones.
    Florida also accused another federal agency, the Department of Homeland Security, of violating the law by denying Florida access to a federal citizenship database.
    ” This hardly seems like an approach earnestly designed to protect the integrity of elections and to ensure that eligible voters have their votes counted,” said the letter, written by Scott’s hand-picked secretary of state, Ken Detzner, a fellow Republican.
    Detzner also submitted a list of four questions that he wants the DOJ to answer.

Leave a Reply