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Rick Scott Let Florida Ask Him Questions on Facebook and Things Got Weird

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via Rick Scott's Facebook
The governor prepares for a civil discussion. Florida was not interested.
Around 6 p.m. last night, Gov. Rick Scott took off his jacket, perched onto an uncomfortable folding chair in an empty room and flipped open his Macbook to have a reasonable Facebook question-and-answer session with the fine folks in his state.

But then somewhere around the 19th personal attack wedged between questions about why he hates gun owners and wants to kill native fish with genetically engineered predators, Scott quietly logged off, shut his laptop and despaired over the fatal flaw in this plan: He lives in Florida.

The discussion started well enough, with a big fat Obamacare softball for Scott to crush.

OK, so both the question and the answer are based on completely incorrect information about Obamacare. But things could be going worse!

Things soon got a little dicier:

Hmmm, well that answer is also completely untrue. You're making this too hard, Florida! Doesn't anyone have a simpler question for the guv?

That's between the governor, his doctor, and the makers of his high-tech nightly hyperbaric chamber, Ken Bucklin.

There are particle physicists taking a break from their CERN projects trying to solve this. Next!

Is there a question here?

This is just getting uncivil, Florida. Does anyone have an actual policy question Rick Scott can answer?

Thank you, Chris Black. Let the record show that the governor is firmly opposed to people waking up from year-long naps to discover an evil conglomerate attempting to engineer mass genocide with GMO corn.

PIRANHAS. Anyone have any simpler questions for the governor?

Hint: See Jean Lawson Shaw's question.

In the end, Scott did answer 17 Facebook questions (out of nearly 600 left on the page). The world will have to wait for a final answer to the secrets of Scott's blink-free lifestyle, however.

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25 comments
fratdawgg23
fratdawgg23

The unindicted carpetbagging allegedly elected governor did not invoke his Fifth Amendment rights nor did he repeatedly pretend not to understand certain words. 


He was not under oath while answering the questions on Facebook.


We the People of Florida should not believe Rick Scott even if his tongue is notarised.

Steve Klare
Steve Klare

Low information Voters asking dumb questions.

BobLoblaw
BobLoblaw

Let's hope Crist grows the huevos to do the same thing.  I've been harbouring some questions about his beard and whether he and Wonka are still cool.

Jeffrey Calvin
Jeffrey Calvin

Rick Scott. Embarrassment to Florida. (Next campaign slogan)

Roxana Gosney
Roxana Gosney

I am pretty sure they kill you with kindness!!!!

Dana Hatred
Dana Hatred

Sadly most people think his lies are good enough to let reelect him.

Fred Labarga
Fred Labarga

I firmly believe Rick Scott's an alien visitor.

marciomonacomiami
marciomonacomiami

That's really funny even hearing this from a real estate agents perspective as I am it's hilarious !

Any one want to buy or sell and even rent drop me a message ! Marciomonacomiami@gmail.com

Rebecca Custer
Rebecca Custer

Kristina Viera I sort of wish I was still registered in FL to vote against him again, but my gov is just as awful.

Aunt Deeda
Aunt Deeda

Kim McConnell haha. You gotta read this gold.

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