The Most Colorful Race in Florida

Hello FLA/ February 12, 2016/ Documents, Florida Politics, Gossip, News, Politics

A makeup wearing urologist, the King of Siam’s mechanic, and an Indian American lawyer walk into a tea party meeting….

No this isn’t a joke, it’s the field for Florida’s Second Congressional District.

Jeff Moran, the new entrant into CD2, is a former Broward County cop that brought a piece of south Florida to the Forgotten coast when he traded his badge for a different kind of job that deals with drug dealers, pimps, criminals, and strongmen.
Clearly, the market for “tricked-out” cars in High Springs, Fla is small. So ol’ Jeff imported the kind of customers who “pimp their rides” into this rural community.

According to his campaign website, Candidate Jeff Moran customized vehicles for violet felons, notorious drug addicts, and even the King of Siam (more on this later).

Two of his business clients that were imported to north-central Florida should be particularly concerning to conservatives: “Rapper Phat Joe” who’s lyrics are graphic and violent, and who has a very long criminal history and the “King of Thailand (Siam)” a ruthless dictator who has abolished the nation’s constitution and imposed severe restrictions on speech and assembly.

Article 1 section 9 clause 8 of the US Constitution states that “No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States: and no person holding any office of PROFIT or trust under them, shall, without the consent of the Congress, accept of any present, emolument, office, or title, of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign state.” Now I’m not sure if Jeff Moran is the King’s official mechanic, but the fact that he has accepted a position of profit with the king of a brutal dictatorship should disqualify him under the spirit of the Constitution.

The so-called King of an oppressive regime will have more access to our Congressman than your neighbor Joe Constituent.
Conservatives need to know that our candidates are free from foreign influence and that includes personal business relationships with strongmen.

Serious times call for serious candidates, not somebody who is looking to “pimp” his lapel with a US House Members decal.