Gov. Rick Scott heading for Louisiana to poach businesses

Not one of Florida Governor Scott’s, greedy, money hungry, ventures, has resulted into a move to Florida by a single company.

😦

Although one must wonder why?

If one takes into conceder the (Free Ride) our governor gave ‘Colt Manufacturing Companies’ at taxpayer’s expense before they left the state with millions in unpaid taxa’s and no jobs,

😦

companies should be lining up at our borders looking for their free ride, at taxpayer’s expense

I might add!

Jeremy Wallace, Times/Herald Tallahassee Bureau

If you do not know, not one of the visits to other states, on

‘millions of taxpayers dime’

I might add,

has resulted in even one new company moving to Florida?

😦

June 8, 2016 5:35pm

Scott,

Who has visited several states led by Democratic governors in the past two years?

Predicted that tax increases proposed by Edwards will hurt Louisiana residents and hurt their job growth.

Richard Carbo,

a spokesman for Edwards, said when Scott visits,

he should meet students and families who are “paying the price”

for the failed policies of previous Gov. Bobby Jindal

that resulted in a budget deficit.

🙂

Jindal and Scott are friends,

and Jindal campaigned for Scott’s re-election.

Thanks To Dem Governor, Louisiana Starts Enrolling Over 375,000 People onto Medicaid

By Ryan Denson on June 1, 2016 5:57 pm ·

Bobby Jindal’s worst nightmare has come true:

poor people are going to get the healthcare they deserve, and it’s all thanks to a Democrat.

🙂

Louisiana’s Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards has delivered on his promise to expand Medicaid. As of June 1, the state’s Department of Health and Hospitals will begin to enroll over 375,000 eligible citizens into Louisiana’s expanded program. The state hopes to enroll half the individuals by July 1.

http://addictinginfo.org/2016/06/01/thanks-to-dem-governor-louisiana-starts-enrolling-over-375000-people-onto-medicaid/

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