Groceries, Rats, and Campaign Contributions – Adam Putnam Under Scrutiny

Groceries, Rats, and Campaign Contributions – Adam Putnam Under Scrutiny

 

In November of last year, the ABC Action News team in Tampa Bay broke a story detailing how 7 Publix locations had failed food safety inspections with serious violations.  The iconic grocery store puts tremendous effort toward their food safety training programs.  So, naturally, consumers were surprised by this news.  The biggest surprise, however, came the next day, when all the pass/fail grades and inspection results were removed from the Department of Agriculture’s website.

According to Adam Putnam, the scores were removed because, “I believe that the pass/fail system is unclear because if it’s a failure, why is it still open?”

Putnam, as Florida’s Commissioner of Agriculture, runs the agency that conducts the food safety inspections and, according to the ABC report, is responsible for removing the grades from the Department’s website.

Some argue that Putnam may have had other motives.

ABC Action News reported that Putnam has received almost $350,000 from Publix, its employees and family members in political contributions since 2000. $232,038 of those contributions were received between 2012 and the present, including a $50,000 contribution in August of 2016 to Florida Grown PC (Putnam’s Political Committee). This does not include political contributions that could have been made to other Political Committees that then turned around and supported Putnam, shielding the original donor.

In 2014, the Orlando Sentinel reported:

We can see Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam’s “Sunshine State Leadership Project” ad-buying committee collected $41,000 from the Florida Chamber of Commerce last month, $25,000 from Wal-Mart Inc. and $10,000 from developer and Everglades leaseholder A. Duda & Sons Inc.

We can also see Walt Disney gave $250,000 to “Florida Jobs,” which later shifted money to Putnam, and Publix Super Markets gave $100,000 to the chamber group.

In May of 2016, the Florida Chamber’s Florida Jobs PAC contributed $100,000 to Adam Putnam’s Florida Grown PC.

When asked whether these contributions influenced his decision, Putnam responded, “Of course not, anymore than anyone else’s contributions influence.”

The food safety inspections are still publicly available but do not feature any grades or indication about the severity of an infraction.

Before, the inspection results were changed, the information published online allowed consumers better analysis of health and safety information about where they shop for food. Now, consumers have very little information in these reports and, to get more detail, must submit a public records request.

“The working group is going to have to make the decision about how to identify those grades in a way that the public can understand. Maybe it’s a letter grade, maybe it’s a good/fair/poor, but the pass/fail isn’t working,” Says Putnam.

While Putnam refers to a system of good/fair/poor as a possible remedy for the confusion that he believes the pass/fail system creates he does not explain why he might return to the system that was in place before he was elected to office.

Under Putnam, the Department of Agriculture transitioned to the pass/fail scoring from a grading system that scored establishments as “good” “fair” or “poor”, because that system was viewed as too subjective.

Before Putnam ordered the removal of the pass/fail system, the Department of Agriculture featured language on their website to assist consumers in understanding the ratings. Prior to the change, the site stated: “Pass ratings indicate the establishment is in compliance with sanitation requirements.” And “Fail ratings indicate the establishment is not in compliance.”

“The pass/fail system is a failure because an industry leader, who has highly trained and highly qualified, nationally renowned food safety standards ought not be mislabeled based on minor infractions,” says Putnam. The ABC report, however, details infractions that were anything but minor. Citing the state inspections, the report reveals seven stores with failing grades for a variety of reasons including “numerous rodent droppings,” dangerous temperatures for foods and “food products stored under leaky drain line.”

Putnam also states “I think we need to have a grading scale that is more reflective of the conditions in that store so that the consumers are aware and can make their shopping decisions accordingly.“

“I’m very aggressive about this, and I’m pushing them to come up with something very quickly,” Putnam promises. Given the swiftness of his response to the original report, that much is clear.

Meanwhile, four months have passed, and a new system is not yet available, leaving grocery consumers to wonder if the food they buy is safe for their families.

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Don Walker: Get him out!
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Linda Baker Bryson: SHAME PUBLIX....its Wal Mart for me. And I had shopped at Publix since the 70's
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Pat Burkett Angel: Says Who????
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Clarissa Ward: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fake_news_websites
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Michael Dausch: You do realize Google Partnered up with Facebook to create this list, while they use Snopes as their number one fact-checking site... what does that tell you?  
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Martha Morris Jenkins Cassidy: If I'm not mistaken a store is given a period of time to correct these problems and if they do they then pass inspection. I have seen very small problems get reported, something a person could have in their own house. I would not worry about shopping at publix because of this.
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Anne Ross: Very true ....all are to be reported , recorded and resolved. My issue is not the store or maybe even the report but that it was removed from the records ( at least electronically ) so there is now no way to track and see if it was resolved , or in some cases if it has gotten worse. I think we may be missing the issue that Public Health Records ( Inspection ) were manipulated.  
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Paul Lagueux: Publix very disorganized.
Overpriced. !!.. !
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Martha Morris Jenkins Cassidy: Paul I don't know of a better organized store out there.  
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Richard Palmer: Wrong  
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Theodore Johns: This guy has been suckling the Government teat since he was 26 years old. Time to go work in the real world back at your family's ranch.
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Trudy Maslin: He's never had a real job outside of government. Wants to b governor.  
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Benjamin Wade: But Florida Peter pay Paul system he will have some college political job.  
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Theodore Johns: Yep, his fellow Gopers will bestow some college presidency on him if he isn't elected governor.  
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Joe Palmer: They still have the cleanest stores around and the freshest produce of chain grocers. I'd rather pay more at publix and have competent assistance than wander around Winn Dixie or wal mart looking for an employee for assistance.
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John Smith: Lol. Who inspects the local farmer or road side vendor, you can buy produce from? Who keeps score on those. Most reputable farmers that do sell directly to the public want to ensure there is no problem. I think you folks are just bitching and moaning.
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Terry W Kline: Publix is high priced
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William Burgess: Have been shopping at publix for many yrs , its clean, the employees are the best, and the produce is great. As for Adam Putnam, he's a shmuck.
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Anne Elliott: I like Publix better than Winn Dixie and boycott Walmart due to its support of BLM. However I have learned Publix is not clean. I have had to throw away dairy products due to mold in products within the expiration date and packaged mixes due to roaches. Publix is more expensive than Winn Dixie but I have found more problems with products from Winn Dixie.  
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Bob Batchelor: R.w corruption
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Terry W Kline: All politicians for the most part have their hands open for whatever they can get
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John Midyette: We need a rat trap for red headed hotheads like this little piggie eating from Public Trough most of his adult life. Takes paid, private hunting trips with big sugar, sides with polluters on Lake O. Pollution and algae even though property rights of majority owners were diminished by the dumping and consistently voted against water protection from DEP AND EPA. Yes has well heeled billionaires and money'ed development, large Ag. Giving him donations to do their will. Need a fresh face for my Republican Party not shamelessly with his hand cookie.
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Sue Anne Davis Poppell: Amen!!!  
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William Birch: Putnam - give us the grade A , B , C , D , F , how hard is that ! We want a rating in our health inspection
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Arlene Cameron: Oh let's just start another nothing whine. Publix does a lot for the community. Did you know Publix gives food to domestic violence shelters? Did you know they fund grants for the community? Publix does things that maybe being a good neighbor is about. Check before you attack these corporations. You might find they do more than you think.
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Rob Rossi: Publix is one of the best. I hate these conspiracy theories going viral  
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Wanda Creekmore Rankin: I love Publix and their involvement with the community. Publix is a lot cleaner than Walmart!
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Danielle Clark: I'm surprised to see this. Publix is a clean, well-staffed store. It is and will continue to be my go-tp grocery store.
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Vera Mendonca: What did the other side get? I think they are mad because he is a republican. Get over it, you last the election and will lose again in 4 years...get used to it.
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Douglas Stewart: He needs to go....
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Juan Aulet: I have shop at all florida's Publix stores throughout my adult life and it is the most clean and organized store in the South Eastern United States. Never had a problem with Publix.
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Mike Taylor: Who?
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Byron Holden: If he's a republican politician there's a very good chance he's corrupt.....
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Jim Dunnigan: That sure a bold Statement...considering all of the corruption coming out of the Democratic Party  
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Jerry Mitchell:   
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Vic Napier: Bryon another news reporter that has his head up his ass!  
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Robert Backes: Bryon Holder, Sorry but there is no one in political history more corrupt than Bill and Hillary Clinton Democrat.get your facts straight  
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John J Stecher Jr: Yeah and the dispicable Libturds are at Heavens Gate. Screw you.  
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John J Stecher Jr:   
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Robert Duncan: Phony story
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Diane Fife Clukey: Jeez I thought it said Putin! I couldn't stand to stop shopping at Publix!
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Jim Dunnigan: Unclean stores is not a policy of Publix Supermarkets as i was a Produce manager for over 20 years. THEY hold the higheset standards of ANY grogery company in the country. .Managers are giving all of the tools necessary to maintained these Standards if they are not followed they and there District Manager should be and WILL held accountable. ..that i know for sure...PUBLIX WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE!. ..GO PUBLIX!
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John J Stecher Jr: I shop at Publix. There is not a cleaner store anywhere around here. I have 4 close to me that I know of and all 4 are immaculate.  
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Bruce Bentley: Here we go again. Another politician on the take and another corporation paying bribes but calling it a 'political contribution'.
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Tina Holmes: Publix has an extra $300,000 explains why my groceries are so expensive
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Aurelio A Arredondo: That's the primary reason why I shop at Walmart  
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Tina Holmes: They are still more than groceries should cost  
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Tina Holmes: But true publix hits the wallet harder  
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Vic Napier: Then don't shop there dip shit!  
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Tina Holmes: Oh thanks I'm a dip shit.  
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Tina Holmes: Nice  
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Pat Clinton Sullivan: How much did Publix spend fighting the medical cannabis initiative? They like opioid addiction.  
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Joe Palmer: Pat Clinton Sullivan not a dime. The money came from Jenkin's heiress, not Publix. Look before you speak. That was debunked way back.  
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Tina Holmes: So actually when companies (not just publix) make donation they actually are using our money. We will ever see affordable groceries again?
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Tina Holmes: Dont get me started in the price of razors...absolutely rediculous. Soon I won't be able to afford them and my armpits and legs will be so hairy, I'll be able to braid them...maybe it will be a new trend braided armpits and legs
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Chris Woods: Putnam is a scum bag
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Sandra Bridges: The RepubliCon party #ConningAmerica #OneVoterAtATime
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Aurelio A Arredondo:
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Robbie Bronson: Brought to you by whining liberals who couldn't find their pacifiers and will attack any conservative in any position.
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David L Hall: Whew! You must be smart because calling people names is what educated folks do!  
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Gary Butler: This guy is a touch hole
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Patricia Fletcher: Never been in any Publix store that wasn't clean. Also, have the most courteous people working there. Only thing that bugs me, is it's prices. I buy when they have BOGO or a great sale on products. I live on a fixed income and have to watch my pennies.
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Alex Manu: C'mon, what difference could a few rats and mice make in a big store like Public.
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Jeffrey Anthony Tommasi: I stopped shopping at Publix. They got way too expensive.
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Terry Weaver: wonder how many of these whiners have spoken with Adam personally or know him at all? known him since he graduated from HS. Guy has more character and credibility in his big toe than most liberal whiners have in their whole family. Also have family within publix organization and I can attest this is fake news. Try communicating with your elected representatives for positive changes and truth instead of believeing internet trash. If it concerns you so much The responsible adult thing to do is to personally seek truth from the source.
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Vance Thomas: Love the people who say stopped shopping at public way to expensive I'm sure Walmart is cleaner lol  
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Ellen Lewis: They stopped shopping there because: it... was... too.... expensive. expensive, not cleaner.  
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Bobbie Douglas: Nothing surprising about this. Been happening a long time. It is not a Publix thing but a government thing.
The EPA levels fines on companies all the time. Guess where the money goes? You guessed it.
They can reduce your fine, go ahead and save you money by paying them.
Your taxpayer money goes to EPA and is distributed to other organizations that you would not want.
That's our honest government!
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Dick Farrel: Putnam is a fake fony fraud like Rubio..
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Rupert Brown: Don't forget to post truth about crooked Graham ALSO ..
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Judy Hooker: Publix is great. I will need proof to slam Publix. I have only seen a progressive and remarkable facility.
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Mary Higgins Szczepanski: Who the hell is Putnum??????
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Mike Nichols: Read the article and find out.  
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Mary Higgins Szczepanski: Nah  
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Denise Parrish Nowell:
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Denise Parrish Nowell: PULBIX:SAY IT AIN'T SURE.!!!!
😙😎🤗🤔🤔🤔🤔BLESSINGYOU.
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Denise Parrish Nowell:
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Hank Sickerman: No conflicts of interest here😂😂
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Joe Culler: Putnam is also going to continue to sandbag the Everglades Restoration referendum TWICE mandated by the PEOPLE!. thanks to Republican pandering to big sugar your coastal communities and the whole states water supply is in peril!!. The money is there. The word was given and dirty crooked Rick Scott and Adam Putnam sell out to greed
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Jerry Nussbaum: Joe you either don't know what you are talking about or are just a flat out liar.  
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Charlene Adams: We've been hearing that for decades. Still waiting for the peril to kick in.  
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Joe Culler: Mr Jerry Nussbaum. When you state I don't know what I'm talking about. Did u do any research about amendment 1. The Everglades restoration act. Amendment 1 and the Everglades restoration act set money aside and approved by public referendum the purchase of 60000.acres south of Lake Okeechobee. The plans and funds have been in place for years. Charlie Christ had the purchase from big sugar slated for commencement. Rick Scott when he became governor shelved the idea. Bowing to the Lobby of Big Sugar. Adam Putnam. Who is running for governor. Wants to do the same. None of what I ever state or post is lie. I do my research. There is 1.2 billion dollars of money set aside. For environmental use. Being. Sat. On  
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Joe Culler: Charlene Adams. You must have your head in the sand. Don't remember the MASSIVE fish kill and algae bloom in the Banana River and adjacent coastal waters?. Caused by pumping polluted big sugar water into lake Okeechobee?. Then into the spillway canals to both coasts?. It's happened for Years and gets worse every year. After year. After year  
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Debbie Erskine Merkiel: I never shop publix they are very pricey
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Ceci Demend: With coupons it is not Debbie.  
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Linda Hoshor: O M GOD SHAME ON PUBLIX COMPANY
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Judith Kocis: I don't believe this! My Publix is always very clean !!
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Barry Lanehart: As a Disabled Citizen i don't want to post a book.

But they don't realize what is happening.

50% way to many.

Revenuers are killing us.
After 26 years I'm forced to give up our home.

Shame on greedy ones who keep taking more from those living on less.

Amazing when Agency's who even help consumers being taken advantage of won't help anymore...
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Joe Palmer: All corporations have lobbyists and donate to campaigns. So does wal mart. The problem here isn't Publix but Putnam. I've been shopping there for thirty years and have never brought home anything spoiled or bug infested. I won't shop for food in a filthy wal mart store or a Winn Dixie. You get what you pay for. Don't like the Publix prices? Shop elsewhere. The reason you pay so much less for groceries at wal mart is because they spread the price around in the other parts of the store.
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Cathy Wind Lewis Abell: I've seen roaches in their bakery cases.
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Linda Pitt: Cathy, I have seen flies and have pointed it out to them.  
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Mary Schultz: Maybe that's why their prices are so high.
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Ceci Demend: Love Publix. Best grocery store ever.
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Taylor Foster: Why don't you bring back the crooked Putnam, sells lands to government, still uses it
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Brandi Wyne: The Good Ol' Boy's Club.
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Robert Gignac: We're trying to abolish the Good Ol' Boys Club, don't you see?  
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Brandi Wyne: Who is "we"?  
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Robert Gignac: Trump represents the way government is supposed to be, not the way it is.
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Jack Butler: Robert have you been keeping up?? Three members of his inner circle had to resign due to cozy relationships with the Russians, three whitehouse staffers fired because they couldnt pass background checks. The Attorney General perjured himself in front of congress as did the new director of the EPA. POTUS 45 is under investigation himself and republicans are beginning to support a special prosecutor.  
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Judy Hooker: No, Robert. Trump only represents Donald Trump. And sometimes he declares Bankruptcy.  
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Robert Gignac: Get real. If he only represent himself, why in hell did he leave a life of a pampered billionaire to take all the shit that's being thrown at him today?  
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John Cafiero: The story headline makes it look like Publix dropped $350k in his bank yesterday when you read the story it more like $2k a year in contributions
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Monte Westlund: Nk
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Monte Westlund: No  
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Nancy Ruggeri Catania: This man is very ambitious. I hope he never becomes governor.
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Terry Ramirez: Why not list the problems so that consumers can see for themselves. Then have updates when re-inspections occur.
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Terry Palmer: Fake News... maybe Putnam isn't right but don't blame Publix. Ours in Pensacola are the cleanest stores around.
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Jack Butler: Fake news is news that isnt true not news you dont like.  
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Brandi Wyne: Since George Jenkins died, the Publix chain has greatly lowered their standards on several fronts.  
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Terry Palmer: That's why it's fake news... please tell me where these filthy Publix stores are?  
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Michael Haberski: Putnum is just part of the corrupt administration and minions here in florida. Whats the problem?
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Lloyd Schwartz: Can't blame Publix; the onus is squarely on the man without integrity, Putnam.
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Anne Gaydos Benda: The Democrats are the "gravediggers." Always trying to make 'fake news' to sound like the truth.
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Jack Butler: That is the most paranoid and delusional statement I've heard all day  
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Christian Green: great hit peice funded by political.opposition masquerading as news.
#fakenews
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Jack Butler: So what about it is untrue, be specific, maybe cite some actual sources  
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Christian Green: perhaps that the program.in question was a duplication of the duties of the local County health department... you know.. the ones that actually have enforcement and responsibility. the program that was cut removed the department of agriculture from having the simultaneous functions of promoting florida agriculture, and retail level inspections. the department of agriculture can spend this money more in line with is core functions... and who pays your paycheck jack?  
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Roberta Barr: I know where I'm NOT spending my money.
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Chander Kisoensingh: The American political system is very corrupt. Think about it. The best job on earth is being a lobbyist. Their job is to wine and dine sitting politicians so that their desired agenda will be implemented. Isn't that corruption. Why is it that the majority of Congress members, senators and representatives, are millionaires.
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Carl Sundbeck: If found guilty, not public lynching, by a court needs to be punished by the courts, as any politician who violates the law.
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Ray West: I hope Publix sues your butt off.
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Tina Baldwin: What's wrong with contributing to a campaign your company supports ? And honestly the whole state of Florida has bug problems of some sort because this state never gets a real good freeze out.
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Joseph William Patrick: This Story is Bullshit. Publix is The #1 Cleanest Grocery Store Chain in The State of Florida.
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Jim Butler: Just another crooked rep member of fla just like Scott bribe taker and crooked or core put in by tea party and Yankees whom have come to my state
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Paul Dillard: Come On Now! Seriously! Say It ain't so! Really! This Is got 2b A mistake! A joke! Fake News! But! I guess If A company want 2 give money 2 America's enemies.. I guess they're really not Americans..
But It wouldn't surprise me one bit..
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Glen Thornbury: Publix backed Hillary too!
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Davo Ara: Shame on you publix!!!!
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Diane Clifford: I shop my local Publix. But understand most of what the inspection covers is in the back of the house, the shoppers don't see that part of the store. But having worked at one of their stores for about a year I'd be real surprised if this was true. We kept our bakery spotless. Our manager was fierce about cleanliness. I know Florida has bugs, but in a year at that store I never saw one, ever. Not even a dead one.
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Ruth Morgan VanDuyne: Im with u i have been w my store for 18 years n they have orca on speed dial 24/7 to make sure stores are clean n they use those big floor scrubbers nightly.  
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Diane Clifford: I hear you. Also we sanitized everything. I mean EVERYTHING including the floor drains!! That helps to keep bugs out. We had pest control in our store every 4 weeks. We were constantly cleaning. Our pest man told me once he loves going to Publix because we were always so clean. So unless Tampa is the huge exception I'm inclined to believe that this is fake  
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Debbie Miller Parks: oh my
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Michael Stone:
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Don Oaks: I don't know Putnam. Or what he all about. I know Publix are high are food price. I know people keep tell me. Good place to work.
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Robert Gignac: You are supporting the hate from the corrupt government that wants their corruption to continue unabated. You also want the Washington cess pool that's been in place for decades?
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