WILD WEST IN FLORIDA
LET'S JUST DEREGULATE ABOUT EVERYTHING!
Opinion By Jan Bergemann
Published March 14, 2011
After reading Bill Proposal PCB BCAS 11-01, a bill which emerged from Governor Rick Scott's office and is on the agenda for Tuesday's meeting of the Florida House Business and Consumer Affairs Subcommittee (CONTACT COMMITTEE MEMBERS) -- I can only say: GEE, WHAT A GRAND IDEA!
How do you like this bill proposal, headlined with statements like: "An act relating to the deregulation of professions and occupations; deleting provisions establishing the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation; repealing part VIII of chapter 468, F.S., relating to the licensure and regulation of community association managers and management firms and the Regulatory Council of Community Association Managers."
DREAM ON -- THIS BILL WILL FULFILL YOUR WILDEST DREAMS!
And since Governor Rick Scott seems to be on a roll, why not delete FS 718, FS 719, FS 720 and FS 723 altogether? He must have overlooked this option! Let's make sure that we have WILD WEST IN FLORIDA! LET'S GET TO WORK!
But thinking about it, all this deregulation and lack of enforcement will create a serious enforcement gap that needs to be filled immediately. My idea of a solution would be a bill sponsored by the NRA (National Rifle Association), giving every owner and future purchasers of property within Florida's mandatory community associations the right to carry an open fire arm of choice.
THEN LET'S ENJOY PEACEFUL WILD WEST FLORIDA!
LET'S HAVE A SHOOTOUT IN THE SUNSHINE STATE --
A LOT MORE FUN THAN EARLY BIRD DINNERS!