Art_Deco saidFortunately there's less than a dozen of these wackos here on RJ. The rest of the members are intelligent, well informed and well read.
Clearly YOU aren't included in that group of "intelligent" and "well informed" Kolonel Klueless:
Well, if you actually lived here you would have known this. And told us about your own primary voting. So what's the voting been like in New York, or wherever you do really live?
Oh come now Kolonel, I've written time and time again here that I'm registered as an Independent. No primary voting for me.
In Florida you could still vote in the primary. That's a minor issue. Busted again.
Don't let the facts get in the way of another one of your whopper of a lies Kolonel Klueless:
Florida is a closed primary state. If you wish to vote in a partisan primary election, you must be a registered voter in the party for which the primary is being held.
I realized that there is some unfinished business in this topic.
In your zeal to attempt to provide "proof" that I do not live in Florida, you posted a major faux pas. So major that it backfired on you big time.
So, please explain how a supposed "long time Florida resident" who is "politically connected in Wilton Manors" and has "rubbed elbows with the political movers and shakers" of the area could NOT know that Florida is not an open primary state.
Thank you for your extremely tardy response.