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Union pits Rick Perry vs. Rick Scott in Worst Governor Ever contest

The friendly rivalry between Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Florida Gov. Rick Scott is well-known. But the Transport Workers Union of America is taking the competition to an extreme, pitting the two against each other in their contest for the title of Worst Governor Ever in this YouTube video, which shows a Scott impersonator voting for himself and then having a Skype chat with Perry. 

On its website calling for votes, the union calls out Scott for rejecting high speed rail money and taking 3 percent from state worker paychecks to offset retirement fund contributions. The union calls out Perry for cutting education funding and a voter ID law. Other candidates in the contest include Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, among others.  Voting ends Sept. 6.



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rick scott is done in 2014 and the nascar dad is a gay boy


And you're an idiot, mickster!


Petulant babies - that's all the Unions have turned out to be. To paraphrase their tactics: "Either give us what we want or we'll say really, really bad things about you."

Big freaking deal Unions bosses - it's time to put on your big people panties and deal with it! Life's hard and even though you were promised roses by some yahoo you frightened - thorns come with the package.


Rick Scott is miserable failure and an imbecile by all accounts. I`m so glad I did not vote for him. He stands as solid proof of how ineffective the GOP are at economical issues and at creating jobs. Scott makes it clear, along side many other GOP affiliates and associates, that he cares less about the needs of people in America today. His apparent ignorance and inability to take action to reduce unemployment is staggering and totally appalling.

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