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Photo: Capitol History Lesson

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Florida House Page Supervisor Karen High of Tallahassee, shows House pages portraits of former Florida governors Wednesday at the Capitol. House pages serve for a one week period during the 60 day session each year. Florida Govs. Charlie Crist, Jeb Bush, Buddy MacKay, Lawton Chiles, and Bob Martinez can be seen. [Scott Keeler, Times]

 

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Profiles in Mediocrity

That's right kids, with enough fake humility and a good tan you, too, can become the people's Governor and accomplish precisely nothing other than to have your portrait painted on the taxpayers' dime.

tallyguy1

Spoken like one who has accomplished nothing in his own life,and envies much.

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