Gov. Rick Scott's mom says he's doing a good job

Rick Scott with wife Ann, mother Esther, daughter Allison Guimard and her husband, Pierre Guimard, on stage during the campaign stop. Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty joined Scott as he campagned at Vergina Restaurant  on Fifth Avenue South in Naples.

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Rick Scott with wife Ann, mother Esther, daughter Allison Guimard and her husband, Pierre Guimard, on stage during the campaign stop. Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty joined Scott as he campagned at Vergina Restaurant on Fifth Avenue South in Naples.

Gov. Rick Scott may not have gotten everything he wanted out of the 2011 legislative session but, if they handed out political report cards, his mother would still paste this one up on the family refrigerator.

“Not long ago, I told you about my son Rick, and I asked you to vote for him,” says Esther Scott, in a YouTube video posted Monday by the Republican Party of Florida. “He promised to get Florida back to work and turn the state around.”

In her 38-second video, she gives him high marks on his first legislative session.

“Like I said, he’s a good boy,” she said.

CLICK HERE to see video and read the full story in the Tallahassee Democrat

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MiamiFan1954 writes:

Rick Scott is a con-artist & a criminal who belongs in prison, not the governors mansion.

How did this man win the election? Where those who voted for him either so s----- or uninformed as to not know that he was found guilty of 17 felony counts of Medicare fraud after stealing MILLIONS from you, the taxpayer, and still walked away with $350 million in company stock and a golden parachute. Unbelievable.

This piece of human garbage doesn't care about Florida or anybody in it. He rules only to enrich himself. Does that name "Solantic" ring any bells???

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