Kurly writes in The Florida Voices: A Tale of Two Floridas
Published in The Florida Voices on 10/12/2012
“For too many years, the leaders of Florida government — from the governor’s office, to the Florida Legislature, to the Attorney General’s office — have failed to address in any substance the foreclosure situation and the fraud and abuse associated with it. Rather, Tallahassee’s so-called leaders have adopted a laissez-faire attitude, waiting for the real estate market to work through an ever-increasing inventory of foreclosed homes.”
Yet, even if Bloomberg is right, I don’t want him or any government leader to limit
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Charles Dickens’ opening line in A Tale of Two Cities came flooding back to me Wednesday on reading two headlines in Florida.
You remember. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness…”
The first headline ran in the SunSentinel: “Florida has nation’s highest foreclosure rate.”
The other in Sunshine State News: “Florida Lawmakers Form Caucus to Defend Religious Freedom.”
Dickens penned his famous story against the backdrop of the French Revolution to draw attention to feudal autocracies and the divide between the rich and poor in 18th century England and France.
And so it was with these two news reports…Continue Reading | Contact Kurly
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