David Jolly’s Cowardice

David Jolly’s Cowardice

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Each day David Jolly continues to become more and more like the man he is afraid to run against, Charlie Crist. On the day he crashed Charlie’s announcement for his newest run at political relevance, Jolly said he would do everything in his power to stop him. 
 
As Jolly told the Tampa Bay Times "I care too much about this district, the institution of Congress, and who represents us to lay down and let this huckster walk into office. He's a fraud. ...He will tell you anything that you want to hear for the sake of trying to get your support."
 
Sounds familiar. But, clearly that doesn’t include doing the right thing and defending his seat against Charlie Crist. For that alone he has proven to be a hypocrite and a coward afraid of a challenge. 
 
Jolly is undergoing his political transitioning into the newest iteration of Charlie Crist. In an effort to be everything to everyone, Jolly’s latest flip-flop is nothing short of political cowardice.
 
Standing Up For Life
David Jolly refused to hold the largest abortion provider in the country accountable last week by voting to end the investigation of the harvesting and trafficking of fetal body parts. What’s worse? This isn’t the first time Jolly has refused to stand up for life.
 
As Susan B. Anthony List stated last week: “This is not the first time Rep. Jolly has sided with the abortion lobby. In 2015, he voted against allowing states to exclude abortion businesses as eligible Medicaid providers, and voted against conscience protection legislation. Rep. Jolly is the only House Republican opposed to investigating the abortion industry through the select panel.”
 
David’s biggest folly is that he thought the voters don’t pay attention. 
 

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Another typical D.C. politician, Jolly failed Floridians on the very issue he promised to defend. If Jolly can’t be counted on to defend life, what can Florida voters count on from him? No wonder he surrendered his congressional seat to Charlie Crist; they’re one in the same.
 
But what else would we expect from someone who has made a career out of Washington and its ways?