According to The Tampa Bay Times, this past week, Rick Scott likes to think he is royalty. The Governor's park which is actually like a court to a palace took taxpayer dollars to live like a King. Was it his millions and millions of dollars? Of course not. He took the food off the poor and hungry's mouth, the roof over someone's head, the health of some dying child to pretend he is royalty.
This man needs prison time. He has hidden the email exchanges .
But it was an idea that was going to take cash. Lots of cash: $2.3 million for the project and $2.7 million more to acquire an old house, a pawn shop, a tire store and three other properties nearby, records from 2011 and 2012 show
A lavish party at the Mansion was held to recognize the generosity of the corporate donors..
But while records show that everyone involved was using state time to do the work, they wanted to avoid creating a public records trail, so they used private email accounts and private cell phones to keep what they were doing out of the public eye
What a guy ! What a gal ! What a crooked, corrupt mess !
Andrews sued the governor's office for withholding documents and, in the process, found that everyone from the first lady and her assistant to the mansion director and the governor's deputies — Carrie O'Rourke, Chris Finkbeiner and Carly Hermanson — used private email accounts and cell phones to communicate about the mansion project.The poor old uneducated single issue voter will cash in a 5 dollar lottery scratch off to buy gas and do without insurance to pull the lever for a man who makes his fortune on the unfortunate. Evil has a name. In the state of Florida, that name is Rick Scott.