(Enterprise Florida Rebranding Courtesy of The Highest Bidder In...Tennessee)
What with all of Rick Scott's promises of job creation and a booming Florida economy since he first ran, you would think after three plus years under Gov. Wonderful's rule, our unemployment rate would be rock bottom and our economy would be better than leading only two other states, Wyoming and Alaska. Hardly the rainbows and unicorns we were promised.
He certainly wants us to believe he's laser focused on jobs, because no matter what question he's asked, and no matter what the issue, be it health care, or legalizing discrimination in Arizona, his answer is always the same: I'm focused on bringing jobs to our state.
He also would have us believe that all his taxpayer funded vacations travels to Spain, the UK, Brazil, Israel, Colombia, Canada, Chile and Paris, or what he calls "trade missions" are really paying off. The only problem is that, for most of those trade missions, we hear a lot about the missions, but not so much the "trade." Have we gotten an abundance of jobs in return for our pricey trade mission investments? Hardly.