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Gov. Scott's efforts to raid out-of-state jobs ticks off other governors

Gov. Rick Scott's latest tactic to attract jobs is to brag about Florida as much as possible while criticizing other states — whose governors don't appreciate it one bit.

What Scott considers savvy salesmanship, other governors see as a crass publicity stunt, one with partisan overtones.

Scott's "One-Way Ticket to Florida" letter-writing campaign is targeting corporate executives in five Democratic states with high concentrations of high-paying manufacturing jobs, along with carefully cut-and-pasted comparisons that show Florida in a favorable light.

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Dick

Rick Scott: The only politician that manages to piss everyone off including his party, voters, and his colleague governors.

nunuvtur minding

HE'D LIKE A SLAVE STATE IN LABOR-RUN ON AN INTIMIDATION CORPORATE MODEL LIKE THE OLD REICH-BUNDT OF WACKENHUT CORPORATE-AND IN FACT, RICK SCOTT HAS FUDGED AND LIED AND WALTZED HIS WAY THROUGH HIS PROMISES "TO CREATE AND EMPLOY AMBIENT WORKERS" HERE ---AND SHAMELESSLY SHILLY-SHALLIED TO SET HIMSELF EN-GRATIS FOR CORPORATE CEO SOMEWHERE OR LEGAL PORKING WHEN HE RETIRES..... AS "THE WORST GOVERNOR IN FLORIDA'S SAD HISTORY!

nunuvtur minding

"REPTILICUS MAXIMUS"-RAIDING THE NEST EGGS OF OTHER STATES WHEN HE HAS RAIDED THIS STATE'S COFFERS SHAMELESSLY AND NOT BEEN RESPONSIVE OR PROGRESSIVE FOR THE CITIZENS HERE, AT ALLL!

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