|Phillip Brutus the Next State Senator in District 38?|
When EVEN I do not know who my State Representative is, we are in trouble. Apparently it is one of the Geller brothers. Don't care which one: Ick, gambling shills.
I was speaking to a 64 year old man in Starbucks. I said "Do you vote?" He said yes. I said: "Do you know who your State Senator is?" He said yes, Marco Rubio. I said: No that is your U.S. Senator on the Federal level. He had no idea he had a State Senator nor did he know who Gwen Margolis was. I ended with: "Please don't vote."
The Miami Herald neglected to mention Bruce Kaplan in the crowded District 38 State Senate race. There are 9 candidates now. The goal of every single Democrat in the race (except Daphne): To not let Daphne Campbell get elected - she is actually a Republican registered as a Democrat. Campbell is a shrill awful person. She went to a City of Miami meeting and stood up and screamed (she always screams) that the City Manager should be fired. The daffy commissioners in the City of Miami listened to her and the City Manager almost got fired.
|Rep. Daphne Campbell representing her district while asleep.|
Did I mention there was a Republican in the race? He is 83.
The only Democrat guaranteed a spot in the general election is Phillip Brutus, because he has dropped his Democratic party affiliation and is registered as No Party Affiliation. It is a gamble on his part because many people, like the guy in Starbucks, just vote the party down the line in a general election. They have absolutely no idea who they are voting for except at the top of the ticket. If Daphne does win the primary - and I assume she will as she is a pro at collecting absentee ballots in any way she can - Phillip will be there. Thank God. I like Phillip Brutus, I know him personally. He grew up in the United States - Brooklyn, and he is of Haitian descent. He can unite all of the ethnic and racial groups in this district. I think with his intellect he can appeal to everyone. I like some of the other candidates but hey, you cancel each other out, all but assuring a win for the worst Democrat I have ever seen, Daphne Campbell.
Phillip Brutus on his change to No Party Affiliation:
With 7 other democrats qualifying to run, it was a guarantee that, after all is said and done, one candidate would emerge, bloodied and bruised, after a contentious primary on August 30, 2016.
As Bob Marley sang in his famous song, the HEATHEN, "it's he who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day".
I chose to fight another day. So my dear friends, I will not be on the ballot on August 30, 2016, but will be on the ballot in the November 8, 2016 General /Presidential race.