Rick Scott's Latest Fake Work Day
Rick Scott stole the workdays idea from Bob Graham. The latter was famous for going across Floridaworking diffenrent kind of jobs. Scott is using the idea to try to sell himself as the people's governor. Scott's first workday involved selling donuts. Scott unintentionally scared a young girl named Annberlee.
When Scott asked Annberlee a question, she was scared to answer and grabbed her dad.
I wouldn't be surprised if Annberlee asked why was the bad man that wants to kill Harry Potter is selling donuts.
Scott was also served pink slips by angry protesters that bought pink-glazed donuts at Nicola's Donuts and Bakery. Scott's team knew they had to avoid another PR disaster. The solution was having Scott perform a workday at a restaurant owned by the family of Republican Rep. Jimmy Patronis.
Rep. Jimmy Patronis, R-Panama City, was on hand to assist in the coaching as well.
Short answer: Patronis was there to make sure Scott's PR stunt didn't blow up in the governor's face. Scott did a full flip flop on his campaign promise of creating jobs. These workdays are increasingly pointless. Rick Scott isn't going to get re-elected by being the people's governor. Scott's road to a second term is smearing his political opponents in attack ads and mailers.