One of the first of many, I’m betting.
“We can’t control the timing of President Obama’s offensive remarks. Perhaps you should ask the White House why our commander-in-chief chose to make this a national issue and offend Americans so close to the Florida primary,” said Scott spokeswoman Jen Baker, when asked about the decision to air the ad just a week before the primary. “Floridians don’t agree with him, and his remarks were particularly offensive to the Panhandle, where there is a large population of military men and women, many of whom are personally touched by the war on terror.”
Rick Scott’s website.
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