I'm still on a semi-hiatus here due to ongoing moving preparations so my blogging has been spotty. It's been tough not being able to blog when Rick Scott's campaign seems to be on the verge of an implosion, but his past, as well as his present in being perhaps the worst governor in the history of governors, seems to finally be catching up to him. (See his latest poll numbers, where Crist is leading Scott by 6 points.)
However, this is one of those things I can't pass up. Coming on the heels of his fundraiser last night with the CEO of a prison privatization firm making huge profits from incarcerations, Scott is in good company and this latest video from the Florida Democrats is a good reminder why that is. It's a golden oldie that many may have forgotten.
Rick Scott's had a lot of practice at evading answers to basic questions, his latest being whether or not he supports same-sex marriage and avoiding an answer about using law enforcement as camapign props when it may have been illegal.
But back in 1995, he even refused to answer this basic yes or no question:
Q: "Is that a Xerox of your signature?"
Scott: "It looks like my signature, but...what's your question?"
Rick Scott thinks he's a CEO with a golden ticket in a blind trust. He thinks he's accountable to no one, least of all, to Floridians. It's time for voters to fire Scott before it's too late, because we can't afford another four costly years of Florida, Inc.