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The media doesn’t make Florida look liberal I’m talking about real life.
I have not been the florida in 30 years but I have heard it is not liberal. In fact they have been telling people who want to move there to escape New York that they are welcome but just don't bring the liberal crap with them
Here in FL too.
More pronouns, more homosexuality, more relaxed attitudes to narcotics and alcohol and less religion is the case here in Florida and Georgia.
I’m a Christian person
You can be Christian it’s a free country.
No but it’s moving faster in that direction I would definitely be nervous if I was in a GOP member Fl or GA but it will probably take about a decade. I wouldn’t be surprised if Texas has had enough pretty soon and votes for Beto.
My state has been under GOP control but I have never seen Jacksonville this progressive but again Republican doesn’t always been socially conservative look at Nevada.
Rigging elections doesn’t change the constituency. It just means you go to jail after a you get caught...
Not just politics my friend even under GOP control or libtart BLM control Florida and GA will become very progressive in the general public but I do think it will head in the BLM libtart pronoun direction in reality because of social media.
You obviously haven't been in Florida very long nor have you traveled around it much.
I’m from Florida actually what do you know about Florida or Georgia? What do you know about Jacksonville or Savanna or Hilton Head or the East Coast in general dude?
I'm from Florida. Both of my parents are from Florida. On my fathers side, my grandfather is from Georgia. On my mothers side both of my grand parents are from Florida. My Native American roots in Florida go back 15,000 years. How about you?
My dad is from South Carolina but my mom is from Jacksonville. Most of my family is shattered throughout the south.
Bro have you ever lived outside of Florida? I went to college in New York cold and many homeless people a strange combo.
You’re claiming to understand Florida and then referencing that you lived in New York to back that up… Your failure of logic is obvious.
I’m back in Florida I graduated years ago have you lived outside the state? When you say I haven’t travelled a lot I’ve been to Puerto Rico Virgin Islands and Bahamas also.
Again you are referencing places outside Florida. I’ve been to most states in the USA multiple times in many different cities and number of other countries. In the states I’ve live in the summer in North Carolina for a month here or there (we had a “cabin” second home there so a number of years we were there temporarily). I even lived in a camper van like a gypsy for several months traveling across the USA. That said, none of that is relevant to Florida just like visiting Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, or the Bahamas. If you are to understand Florida, you have to travel around Florida specifically. The east coast would be what I know most about being that I was born in Fort Lauderdale and grew up in Boca Raton, FL spending a lot of time in the tri-county area. I’ve been all over Florida over the decades. Not only have I traveled to the big cities like Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, etc. but everything in between in all the nooks and crannies. Have you gone off the beaten path to non destination places like Pierson, Homosassa Springs, North Port, Belle Glades, Palma Sola, Sebring, etc. I have… Looking at your neighborhood around West Beaver Street isn’t an unbiased representation of Florida.
Many of those places I’ve driven through but haven’t spent time in them it is a very large state I don’t care to see everything here. I haven’t been to many states outside the south besides New York and New Jersey. I would typically vacation in Hilton Head because my relatives live there. I don’t really like Florida that much and Jacksonville feels like a very small city to me even though it’s really not.
I liked North Carolina I would go to carowins and that huge house there when I was young.
Jacksonville is very spread out… It definitely has a different feel than say Miami which is far more congested and especially more lively at night. Down town Jacksonville is like a ghost town at night from what I remember. Everyone leaves the city for the suburbs. You can walk in the streets and not see a car in sight. I’d often go there for wrestling tournaments as a teenager. We’d stay at the Hyatt by the river and bulk up on pasta and calamari at some Italian place down the street late night.
I fucking hate Miami I hate the tourists and the loud party scene not my thing. I didn’t care for downtown south beach and Wynwood. I love fort Lauderdale and Boca but Miami nahhh.
I wouldn’t want to live in Miami either, just pointing out the obvious that it is far more congested and lively. For example if you walk around Brickell on a Friday night it’s similar levels of foot and street traffic to something like Manhattan. Large cities generally are tourist traps and international cities… That comes with the territory.