The Florida Cabinet was scheduled to meet this morning to discuss ex-felons' civil rights. However, it wasn't about restoring their rights, but possibly taking some away.
The effort is being led by Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink, who has responded with alacrity to an audit that determined the Florida Parole Commission restored the rights to 13 people who shouldn't have had them restored.
It's a move that the Democrat Sink is leading, and one that her fellow Cabinet members, all Republicans, have been behind.
When does a leading Democrat take a law-and-order stand like this one? When she's running for governor, that's when.