These are My 2012 Endorsements and What I'm Supporting:

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I, Linda McKinney, endorse the following people:

President: Mitt Romney for President! For obvious reasons: I don't think obamination has been good for America and I think that our wallets and the futures of our children, and because Mitt Romney has a history of turning around disasters and making them successes (the exact opposite of obamination who takes successes and makes them disasters!).

U.S. Senate: Connie Mack because he votes in favor of what I support more often than does Nelson.

District 9 Representative in U.S. Congress: Bill Posey; same as above.

State Attorney, 18th Judicial Circuit: Phil Archer.

State Senator, District 13: Andy Gardiner. I actually don't know much about him except his party affiliation and that he was considered a True Conservative in one of the articles I read on him. So, he gets my endorsement, as True Conservatives do.

State Representative, District 50: Tom Goodson.

State Representative, District 53: John Tobia: (Totally unrelated but he looks a bit like my little brother!)

Clerk of the Circuit Court: Scott Ellis, of course!

Sheriff: Wayne Ivey because I liked the ideas he espoused on Bill Mick's show.

Property Appraiser: Dana Blickley: because she has the experience and she is backed by J. Roger Shealy (a good man if ever there was one) and Scott Ellis. And because Charlie Sitton courts Progressives.

Board of County Commissioners, District 1: Richard WARE! All over robin fisher, who raised our taxes, decreased our home values and spent millions of dollars the County does not have! No way I want four more years of fisher! fisher's obamination-local! I met with Richard Ware Oct. 5th and he's smart, knows the facts and numbers and he will be GOOD for D1 and the rest of the County! I gave him some advice: 1) He may wish to change the staff in that office because of the history of breaking the Sunshine Laws (I have the proof), and mistreatment of Conservatives the staff is prone to; to which he agreed. And 2) He should tell our favorite moron (rupe-a-dupe) that she no longer has special rights and privileges there and that she won't be given the keys to the kingdom as the current and previous D1 Commies have done. He agreed to that, too. I also suggested he team with Volusia County's southern portion to try to get manufacturers or big employers (Sam's Club or BJs, things like that) up in the Mims/Scottsmoor area. That would bring some vitality to the north end of the county and it would make a valuable contribution to the employment situation for Brevard and Volusia counties. The northern area needs help, not just promises of economic development that focuses on Titusville. Considering all of this, I enthusiastically give Richard Ware my endorsement for D1 County Commissioner See my FIND THE TRUTH, moron dupe! page.

Board of County Commissioners, District 3: Trudie INFANTINI! Of course! She is fiscally conservative and she has my support and if I lived in her district, she'd have my vote! We need three more Infantini's and Richard Ware and we'd be in much better condition! Her opponent, Joe Pishgar, is a high school graduate, whose experience includes managing online computer game communities. Isn't that the kind of qualifications needed for being responsible for millions of YOUR TAXPAYER DOLLARS? A GAMER vs. a CPA who did COUNTY audits and owned her own firm. Oh, yeah. He "managed" (that is, he is the past president of) the Space Coast Progressive Alliance, too. A video-game-playing-progressive is NOT who we need for County Commissioner!

City of Cocoa Mayor: Henry Parrish III because I've known him as an acquaintance for about ten years and we've talked politics before and I like what he has to say.

Justice of the Supreme Court: Retain R. Fred Lewis? ___ Yes? _X_ No? -- I'll VOTE NO.

Justice of the Supreme Court: Retain Barbara J. Pariente? ___ Yes? _X_ No? -- I'll VOTE NO.

Justice of the Supreme Court: Retain Peggy A. Quince? ___ Yes? _X_ No? -- I'll VOTE NO.

Those three justices - Lewis, Pariente and Quince - are the justices who cost taxpayers thousands of dollars to get their retainer papers filed (page 2) (and more videos that tell about them) and who did this:

County Judge (Group Five) Vote for One: Curt Jacobus ___ Steve Koons ___ -- I'll vote FOR NEITHER. I just found out that both Koons and Jacobus went to the "Progressive Fest" and courted their vote. If they think they'll get their support via attending their fest then they must think they have something to offer Progressives. I don't really like either candidate here, but Jacobus was my choice because I saw other Conservatives voting for him and because he seemed "the lesser of the two evils". Now that I know they both attended the Progressive Fest, I no longer think either are the lesser. I think Progressivism is bad for the county, court system, state and our country as well as bad for the world. If they want to court Progresssives, they CANNOT have my vote. So this one is a toss up and will be solved via prayer. Vote as GOD would have you always, but in this one you no longer get a pointer from me. Sorry to change my mind here folks, but I have to go with the new information I have and refuse to endorse either of them. If anyone knows a good reason (and it must be very good) for me to do otherwise, please let me know.

Amendments to the Florida State Constitution:

Unless otherwise marked, I SUPPORT the following amendments/referendum items:

I SUPPORT Amendment One: The Declaration of Rights regarding health care services.

I SUPPORT Amendment Two: Giving Homestead Exemptions to U.S. military veterans.

I SUPPORT Amendment Three: Limiting taxation via ad valorem taxes (besides moron dupe is against it and that should tell you something!).

I SUPPORT Amendment Four: Which ensures that if your property value drops your taxes cannot be raised. Sounds good to me.

I SUPPORT Amendment Five: If only for the fact that it requires the courts to be under the law, too. It also takes judicial appointments and puts them under the confirmation process instead of leaving it as a one person show (the Governor), and it makes the court system work better.

I SUPPORT Amendment SIX: It outlaws public funding of ABORTION: BABY KILLING. I LOVE that! Thank you, Florida House and Senate!

I SUPPORT Amendment Eight: Rewritten by FL Attorney General (thanks to the ACLU, etc., of course); it allows the State of Florida to give public funds to charitable organizations, in compliance with U.S. Supreme Court findings of the past . The "Seperation of Church & State" that so many scream bloody murder about actually absolutely does NOT EXIST. Look it up at Wallbuilders.com. Learn it. Live it. Love it. Or whine.

I SUPPORT Amendment Nine: Giving ad valorem homestead property tax relief to the surviving spouse of a military veteran who died from service-connected causes while on active duty or a surviving spouse of a first responder who died in the line of duty.

I SUPPORT Amendment Ten: It gives tax breaks to small businesses who have investments in equipment needed to do business. For instance, a local printer may currently be required to pay taxes on some of his printing machines, but with this amendment, that would be changed to a higher cost before taxes would be levied. That's good for a county that is hurting so much. Lower taxes for that printer means he can spend that money on his family, on a new car, or on paying local property taxes!

I SUPPORT Amendment Eleven: "[T]o allow counties and municipalities to grant an additional homestead tax exemption equal to the assessed value of homestead property if the property has a just value less than $250,000 to an owner who has maintained permanent residency on the property for not less than 25 years, who has attained age 65, and who has a low household income as defined by general law."

I DON'T CARE Amendment Twelve: Why is this in our Constitution? Amending the way "to revise the selection process for the student member of the Board of Governors of the State University System."? Really? In the Florida State Constitution? D.U.H. And pigs, too!

County-Wide Referenda

School Board Referendum

"As the School Board will stop levying the critical needs 0.25 mills property tax in 2013-14, shall it be allowed to levy a one-half cent school capital outlay surtax on sales in Brevard County, effective 1/1/13 for a period of 10 years unless property tax assessments return to the 2008-09 level. Proceeds will be used for critical improvements to school facilities and educational technology needs as described in a School Board resolution adopted on 7/10/12.
I say VOTE NO! Taxes are high enough and our school system just finds ways to give the high-muckety-mucks raises and it never benefits the students the way it is allegedly going to be used for. NO! I will NOT vote to support a school tax of any size on anything until the wording is such that it limits the benefits to the STUDENTS and NOT the mucketies!


"Shall Melbourne Greyhound Park be allowed to operate slot machines in accordance with the authority granted by Florida law?"
I say NO! VOTE NO! Slot machines should have never been allowed in FL except in Indian land; and only then because they are a sovereign nation and we have no say over what they do. Slot machines are just another way for people to get in trouble. It's like legalizing marijuana, prostitution, or dog fighting: it's all bad and leads to worse. I say VOTE NO!

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