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  1. #1 Well I called Rick Scott's office for a personal need yesterday. 
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    Maraya1969 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Fri Jun-10-11 10:15 AM
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    Well I called Rick Scott's office for a personal need yesterday.

    It seemed like I was trying to get through to a seedy hotel whose front desk clerk was sleeping in the back.

    The line was all crackly and there was a message from Scott telling everyone that Florida is the best state in the country to live and then you are put on hold. Some crackly music plays and then about 30 seconds later Scott comes on and says the same thing. This went on for about 4 minutes.

    I have called Congresspersons, Senators and other politicians around this country and I have never experienced a cheaper system. The man does not know how to run his office the same way he doesn't know how to run his state.

    It is seriously scary.
    LOL. Guy has a lousy cell phone plan, or a freak lousy connection and he declares that it's Rick Scott's fault and it's proof he doesn't know how to "run his state".

    His "personal need" was probably gas money or someone else to pay his mortgage. No, it was Obama that you thought promised that.

    They are really reaching the bottom of the barrel these days for bouncies, aren't they?
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    Bouncy. As a Florida resident and registered (R) I get a robocall about once a week from Scott telling me what he's up to. And I've never had a problem getting through.

    http://www.flgov.com/contact/
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    The Gov needs twitter... <thinks>

    Eh, maybe not.

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    Well I called Rick Scott's office for a personal need yesterday.
    I didn't know the gov't was handing out Depends these days.:eek:
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    Almost every day there's a new nastygram about Scott in the SArasota NYTimes owned rag. I get so sick of their ever inventive ways to daily try to humiliate Scott. I wasn't a fan of his and preferred other candidates, but they're not even giving him a chance. Their drumbeat against him is unrelenting.
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    A "personal issue" that the Junior Florida Senator told him he needed to contact the State Governer?

    Who the fuck does this person think he is?
    In most sports, cold-cocking an opposing player repeatedly in the face with a series of gigantic Slovakian uppercuts would get you a multi-game suspension without pay.

    In hockey, it means you have to sit in the penalty box for five minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonialMarine0431 View Post
    Bouncy. As a Florida resident and registered (R) I get a robocall about once a week from Scott telling me what he's up to. And I've never had a problem getting through.

    http://www.flgov.com/contact/
    Thank god I changed my registration. I voted for him, but I now think he's a POS and quite likely bipolar.
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    I have called Congresspersons, Senators and other politicians around this country
    Sheesh. How many personal needs does this person have?
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    Has "Well" taken over from "So" as the first word of a bouncy?
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