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Forget Jeb - Here Are Four Presidential Candidates from Florida More Interesting Than Bush 3.0

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4. Josue Larose -- Deerfield Beach

Nobody knows much about Josue Larose other than that the guy file to run for many elected offices and has file to create a lot of political action committees, including the "Dating Women Committee," which indicates he's about some more-than-political "action."

Much has been written about Larose's elusiveness over the years. He claims to be a billionaire and tells reporters they don't have the right to write about him, as the Sun-Sentinel reported back in 2010. And even ProPublica tried to get to the bottom of Larose, who had filed PACs under these names, which sound like somebody trying really hard to point out why PACs are ridiculous:

...the Bloomingdale's Department Store Customers Super PAC, the NFL Sport Players Super PAC, the United Nations Diplomats Super PAC, the Yale University Graduates Super PAC, the IRS Employees Super PAC, and the Costco Store Customers Super PAC.

And in May 2012, even comedian Stephen Colbert sought to explore the mystery that is Larose. Here's that clip:

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3. Dr. Terry Jones -- Fort Myers

Hey, remember that guy who got famous for burning a Koran? That's Florida resident Terry Jones. Yes, he and his mustache are still around and they both want to be your commander-in-chief. He also wants to nuke ISIS, judged by his recent choice of apparel, which is pretty clear evidence of his foreign policy might look like.

A President Terry Jones would likely bring death and destruction to millions of innocent Muslims, which might make him the most Bush-like candidate of this group.

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Ray Downs
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