Rick Scott just did Democrats a favor by giving pre-2016 America a great preview of what unchecked Republican power would look like.
The man who fancies himself CEO of Florida is in Washington today on a follow up mission to sue the Obama Administration for a government handout after he and the GOP destroyed any hopes of coming up with a budget by including LIP funds for Medicaid they knew full well would dry up this year. They blew up the legislative session over it, along with a slew of unfinished bills, and it's proving disastrous, so Scott and the GOP are doing what they always do, finding a scapegoat and using taxpayer's money to do it.
In an apparent attempt to preach to his conservative media choir and get his blame game message out front early, Scott just couldn't help himself and went overboard with the grandstanding.
GOP candidates are desperate, and they're all trying out different ways to disguise their horrific policies. They all have the same message, they each just have a different method of execution.
And it's in this atmosphere where we find Rick Scott talking, the poster boy for Republican Party Tourette's Syndrome.
Here's Rick Scott's advice to GOP candidates: