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My God, what will it take?  WHAT WILL IT TAKE?   Scott is a dangerous pos.  He should not be left in charge of the handling of mice, much less people.   There are some terrible governors but this one takes the cake.  When it comes to Health care. He
is trying to kill us all in my opinion.

Personally.. Just me...I have seen up close and personal people being treated like cattle down here.  My husband was transferred to one of his private state facilities and had a heart attack..untreated....Me and my daughter waited 15 hours to be seen in an emergency room last May when she couldnt breathe.  Michelle (whatgodmade) had a child baker acted and not kept 72 hours at the age of 6 and we fight for any treatment we get.

My sister has been run around the mulberry bush..denied medicaid and then the Chip program  gets handed off to the lowest bidder and now this.  My sister this morning was rushed to the hospital.  We are in Florida so ...I don't know but I know one thing Scott has had a problem with me for some time.  I don't forget.  Please pray I never meet this man face to face.  There are words he never thought of I would call him and I would probably end up in jail.  

The Federal EPA has already had to intervene (Thank God) in our water protection.
He and his evil minons in the legilsature are racking up on the greed with lousy laws and at least under Jeb Bush and I never thought I would prefer a Bush to anything but that would be better than what the dog left behind with Scott.

I have asked every single conservative I have met did they vote the maniac in and either they are ashamed or didn't vote for him.  I have found one person in two years who would admit putting this maniac in office.  Can we the people of Florida get some rrelief down here?  Please?   Is it going to take torches and pitchforks and people in the streets?   We have almost all old people so that won't work.

I don't think the people of Florida can wait another two years for this Bozo to be voted out.  Any suggestions?

Here is the headline from Tampa Bay Times.

Tampa Bay Times

Disabled daughter dies just hours after state takes her from mom

Even after Marie Freyre died alone in a nursing home 250 miles from the family in North Tampa that loved her, Marie's mother had to fight to bring her home.

In March 2011, state child protection investigators took 14-year-old Marie from her mother, Doris Freyre, claiming Doris' own disabilities made it almost impossible for her to care for Marie, who suffered from seizures and severe cerebral palsy. But a Tampa judge signed an order that Marie be returned to her mother, with in-home nursing care around the clock.

Florida health care administrators refused to pay for it, although in-home care can be demonstrably cheaper than care in an institution. Child welfare workers ignored the order completely.

Two months later, Marie was strapped into an ambulance for a five-hour trip to a Miami Gardens nursing home, as her mother begged futilely to go with her.

Marie died 12 hours after she arrived.

"Since the state of Florida to

ok custody of my daughter, I would like the state of Florida to bring me back my daughter," Freyre, 59, said at a May 9 court hearing, 12 days after her daughter died.

"They kidnapped my daughter. She was murdered," said Freyre. "And I want my daughter back."

In the meantime the #$#%#fuc## $ has signed on to a request to meet with the President to engage about what they call Obamacare

Clean up your own state you big POS before you run whining to the man who took
the state even though you tried  your best for that not to happen with voter suppresion.

Since the election, many Republican governors that had resisted implementing the health care law have begun using more cooperative language. But many say they have unanswered questions the government should address
.
For example, Scott sent a letter to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius two weeks ago asking to meet with her. In the letter, he mentions some of the same concerns that are in the letter to Obama. Scott's office said he has not received a response from Sebelius.
The letter also outlines the governors' concerns with setting up health exchanges and enrolling people into Medicaid under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Efforts to get the White House's reaction on the letter late Tuesday were unsuccessful

Tampa Bay news link

Please President Obama meet with him and  order the DOJ to .  arrest his ass over voter suppression.  Help  those of us down here who are living under a dictator.  Audit his books.  Investigate every business dealing he has had.  Please rid us of him.  Rant over for today.

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