On a day when thousands of protesters took to the streets in anti-government "tea parties'' around Florida, Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink tried on the politics of anger.
It's not a natural fit for the leading Democratic candidate for governor. True to her banking background, the ever-cautious Sink is no firebrand.
But facing criticism for losing campaign momentum and ducking her party's debate over healthcare reform, Sink pulled a little blue book out of her purse to present her "outrage list.''
"If people say I'm not passionate or angry enough, all I have to do is open my book,'' she quipped during an interview Thursday.
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