‘That’s Senator Batboy to You!’

Senator-elect Batboy

The dust has settled, and in the end the $68M Ameros that former gubnor Batboy contributed to his own campaign bought him his new job. And we can say this with some confidence: he spent nearly $70M Ameros to buy his previous job.

The Republicans now control the Senate with a majority of 52 seats. The final outstanding Senate seat will be decided in the November 27th Mississippi runoff race. 

In related news, Broward County Elections Supervisor Dr. Brenda Snipes expressed a desire to spend more time with her family:

“Just hours after finishing a tumultuous election recount, Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes submitted her resignation, ending a 15-year tenure full of botched elections, legal disputes and blistering criticism.”

Gosh, that would indicate that she was appointed by… ¡JEB! 

‘Nuff said. Her work is done there.

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5 Responses to ‘That’s Senator Batboy to You!’

  1. Sirius Lunacy says:

    He managed to get about a 300% return on his investment during his time as governor, so I’m sure he will do just fine on the investment to get into the Senate. Us taxpayers on the other hand…

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  2. Art says:

    One aspect of Scott’s rise was that he was nailed dead-to-rights screwing Medicare through creative billing, both paper-only treatments and double, sometimes triple, billing. He was in charge of it all and they had him.

    Then this guy came to power pushing a party-line about how private enterprise would cure all ills and government was the problem. Name was Reagan, or something like that, you might of heard of him. Anyway, you see, how the party line sort of conflicted with publicly prosecuting Scott for a huge rip-offs of the taxpayers financed healthcare system might ruin their message so, after Scott handed out a lot of money, loudly claimed he had no knowledge of the theft, and got the corporation to pay a fine, he was allowed to walk out the back door with a huge payoff.

    Corrupt to his skivvies, owing the GOP his freedom, but having shown he was a loyal Republican and willing to both pay and play, his career was established. Graft and greed are his way. But for Gerrymandering and voter suppression, Florida is not as crass and obvious as Georgia in throwing an election, Scott would have failed but this is Florida; where crooks and bag-men retire to, so it was still very much in the bag.

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    • RWW says:

      It really is amazing how someone as provably criminal and dishonest as Rick Scott could have been elected to anything after the exposure of the huge ripoff scam he was behind, especially in Florida when the scam was stealing public money from Medicare! But, as you pointed out, none of that matters when there’s an R next to the name and law-breaking is something only ordinary folks are punished for.

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  3. Bruce388 says:

    The Fifth Amendment 75 times, then elected twice for governor and now for senator. Let’s hear it for Floriduh.


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