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Received this e-mail today from Charlie Crist's (D. FL) gubernatorial campaign:

This week, the rest of the country is learning what Floridians have known for years:

Rick Scott is allergic to answering questions.

Ask him where he stands on marriage equality? He won't say.

How about raising the minimum wage? No response.

Try finding out why he turned down $2.4 billion for the high-speed rail project. Or ask him where he stands on equal pay.

Whatever talking point he's programmed to say, he'll spit out, regardless of what he's asked.

But I'll bet he answers the questions from the special interests and insiders who fund his campaign.

Those are the people he represents. Those are the ones he considers his bosses.

I work for you.

Chip in $10 or more before Friday's fundraising deadline to show you won't be fooled by Scott's gibberish:

God bless you,


P.S. -- If you didn't see the videos from this week, here's my favorite one, courtesy of Fox 13 Tampa Bay news. Watch it -- then chip in.

Click here to watch the video again and to donate to Crist's campaign:

Originally posted to pdc on Sun Jul 20, 2014 at 01:22 PM PDT.

Also republished by North & Central Florida Kossacks, The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party, and DKos Florida.

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