Florida is a big state and it is hard, unlike South Carolina, to get to know a candidate, or know someone who actually met the candidate… Plus, Floridians are not the most intellectually curious of Americans. They tend to take what is handed to them…

Just look at the Dolphins.

A startling fact has emerged from exit polling.

In exit poll data supplied by CNN, voters listed the ads as a significant factors in Romney’s win. Nearly 60 % of those surveyed said the ads were “important” to their vote. And more than half said the ads were a “factor.”

This money comes from who knows where… Ads have no bounds to be true. They can say anything, true or false, and it is completely legal….

Furthermore, anyone can throw money into a campaign, place an ad themselves that has no truth behind it, and apparently, it will influence 60% of those who see it, and half of those will use it to decide their vote…

So 30% of the Florida election was decided on the money of SuperPACs, which is just a euphanism for one or two billionaires…

Americas’ elections are bought. Florida just proved it…. People don’t matter.