Disgraced business exec and Florida Gov. Rick Scott has been getting hammered in his home state recently — some polls show him as the least popular governor in the nation.
So the Republican is fighting back. His staff has created a pre-written Letter to the Editor, with the syntax, spelling and grammar just right. Just in case his supporters are too stupid or uneducated to write one for themselves.
You can find it here, and a copy of the Rick Scott letter also is below.
When Rick Scott ran for Governor he promised to create jobs and turn our economy around. I voted for Rick because he’s always been a businessman, not a politician. While politicians usually disappoint us and rarely keep their promises, Rick is refreshing because he’s keeping his word. His policies are helping to attract businesses to our state and get people back to work. Some of the special interests are attacking the Governor for making tough decisions, showing leadership, and doing what he told us he would do. Rick Scott deserves our unwavering and enthusiastic support. How can we expect to elect leaders who will keep their word and do what’s right for our state if we don’t stand up for those with the courage to set priorities, make difficult choices, and actually deliver on their promises made?
If Scott has his way with the schools down there, they’ll need a lot more of these in the future.
Note: At the prompting of a comment by “tass” I fixed a subject-verb disagreement/typo in the third sentence of the second paragraph.