Florida Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) State Chairman Leads Tea Party Activists Against U.S. Sugar "Bailout"

Pompano Beach, FL, July 31, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Florida Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) State Chairman Daniel Diaz leads Tea Party Activists against Charlie Crist's U.S. Sugar "Bailout."

The proposed land deal, two years in the making, calls for buying 73,000 acres from U.S. Sugar that could be used to build reservoirs and treatment areas to restore water flows to the Everglades.

The water management district leads Everglades restoration and the deal, orchestrated by Crist, calls for the district to buy the land. The district intends to borrow the money for the land deal and use the agency's property tax revenue to pay off the long-term debt. The land deal still must overcome a challenge to the Florida Supreme Court. The district still has the option of backing out before the pending closing if the budget strain becomes too great.

"The U.S. sugar deal is not in the South Florida Water Management District's budget for 2010/2011. And they certainly can't add money to the budget if they accept the deal," says Daniel Diaz, State Chairman of Florida Young Americans for Freedom. "There is no way to pay for it except through raising taxes or floating the cost."

"In the agreement though, the South Florida Water Management District has a clause where they can stop the deal if it gets too expensive," continues Diaz, "and that's what we are pushing for, ending the deal before we, the tax payers, are left to carry the burden."

For more information on this you can visit www.EndCharliesBailout.com.

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