Kevin Cate, a Lobbyist that I might be forced to like a little or at least learn to un-hate.
Yes, incase you haven’t noticed, I have “0” use for Lobbyist!
The jury is still out because finding out much of anything about Kevin Cate is an all day job?
What I am able to read is easily misleading, something like trying to get the truth out of our governor!
He (Kevin Cate) is quoted in stories about what I am posting.
A little stretching of the truth
The writers always seem to twist words while reporting their ideas of the truth and this time one quoted from Mr. Cate?
Florida businesses may be forced to pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars now that lawmakers decided to end the legislative session without a deal on Medicaid.
“Its was a huge blow to small businesses here in Tallahassee and throughout the state,” said Kevin Cate.
In other words, another way that our present government and their puppet media tries to play with words to make the truth sound like a lie or a lie sound like the truth!
My way of reporting this truth?
Key Republican lawmakers in Florida including Gov. Rick Scott may force Florida businesses owners to pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars now that lawmakers decided to end the legislative session without a deal on Medicaid.
Yes, our state congress is and has been for a very long time, ruled by the Republican Party!
The party of give and take, you give they take!
This could cost Florida businesses between $169 million and $253 million a year, assuming a $2,000 to $3,000 penalty for each employee who gets a subsidy in the exchange, according to the report. The League of Women Voters of Florida has launched a campaign to educate business leaders, and cultivate allies among local chambers of commerce, across the state including Tampa, Miami and St. Petersburg.
I also believe that a company with 50 or more full-time employees working 30 hours or more a week is not a small business?
Many of our Florida politicians are these greedy business owners squeezing their employees until every penny pops, out to be placed in their already rich pockets. Money often times earned only because they have good, honest, hard-working employees.
Florida, let’s progress past the 1920s?