Florida's growing cancer of socialism can be removed by CA

Published: Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 09:41 AM.

The "facts" behind Florida's situation and the need for California Congressional Caucus action:

1) Secession really benefits Florida and the US. In the not too distant future, Florida's military bases will have to begin importing a workforce to provide civilian support for their facilities. Florida's public schools do not provide the tech-trainable workforce necessary to support the civilian workforce needed by tomorrow's military. Based on national standards, Florida's K-12 schools don't graduate college-ready students or tech-trainable candidates for America's Tech-sTem-driven workforce.

Florida's school districts have indicated no interest in making the "schooling" changes necessary to tech-grade the capabilities of local high school, college, or university "graduates" to meet the predictable civilian support needs of tomorrow's military or the tech-sTem-driven American workforce.

Florida has laid the groundwork for building a Polytechnic University similar to Cal Poly. In truth, Floridians lack the enterprise management experience, the university-level intellectual resources, the K-12 level student competencies, or the public support necessary to build a nationally recognized Polytechnic University.

2) Florida's "secession" would eliminate a significant direct Federal Tax drain, plus reduce a majority of "Grant" requests submitted to the US-FED for additional US-FED aid. Simply processing Florida's "Grant" requests may cost the US-FED more than Floridians pay into the US Treasury from their un-subsidized GDP. The reduction of Florida's Grant requests could reduce the US-FED annual deficit by possibly $200 Billion.

3) California should respect and support Florida's political perspectives and lifestyle aspirations. Secession would relieve Floridians of the necessity of pretending to protect, support, and defend something they don¹t believe in -- the US Constitution. Floridians' "Home Rule" perspectives violate the Spirit, Intent, and the Written Word of the US Constitution --

The US Constitution is ignored legally and politically at all levels in Florida. Four of the Initiatives on the ballot in the last election violated the US Rule of Law, as does about 80% of State Statute. No politician or attorney in Florida can accurately complete the following "The US Rule of Law states..." in 48 words or less. The ACLU has sued Gov. Scott 11 times for Constitutional violations. Local school districts consistently violate their students' Constitutional Rights with impunity. There is no "...provide for the common defense..." commitment in Florida. Florida has the highest percentage of young adults, 18-24 years old, who are unfit for military service in the USA.



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