George LeMieux Camp Says Maybe Connie Mack's Water Bill Is So Low Because He Drinks Tiger Blood
While it's not clear if a Republican can beat Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson in November, the fight for the Republican nomination has no shortage of interesting rhetorical maneuverings.
While the report says Mack's bill "suggests occupancy of a few days most months, typical of a congressman who flies back on weekends," records show that of the 28 months since the beginning of 2010, Mack wasn't billed for any water usage in three of them and used between 1,000 and 2,000 gallons in 13. The EPA estimates the average family of four uses 280 gallons of water a day.
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