Discussion in 'Healthcare/Insurance/Govt Healthcare' started by Wry Catcher, Aug 25, 2010.
And, why should you care?
Used to pitch for the Astros years ago.
No wait that was Mike Scott...nevermind
A guy who presided over the biggest medicare fraud in US history.
It shows you how anti-incumbent the mood is when the public would rather have a guy who presided over a $1.7 billion fraud than a career politician in Bill McCollum.
Really? So there are American voters who would rather vote for a felon, than vote for a Career Politician?
There is no anti-incumbent mood. That is a fallacy. Scott won because McCollum is a very flawed candidate who lost Florida voters' trust and confidence years ago. Scott also, like Meg Whitman and Michael Bloomberg and Jeff Greene and John "I'm not a maverick" McCain, spent over $20 million of his own money. I am on the Panhandle, and I saw Scott commercials constantly and McCollum commercials rarely.
No matter - Alex Sink would have beat either of them, and will be our first female Governor.
a distinction without a difference
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