posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 04:40 PM
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
In all seriousness, it really is a huge deal! The homosexual allegations destroys a portion of her constituency, the flippant and rude comment
afterwards destroys another portion, the human resource issues and pending lawsuit for retaliation and hostile work environment puts her in a bad
position, the jealousy and attempted framing via arson by her aid is something entirely damning, and then the attempted coverup of that by using her
position to influence and investigation? The Human Resource and Ethics violations are a mile long, even if the sex was just made up, but her response
to the sex has destroyed her credibility and appeal with the women.
She's done. Career over. Now it is just a question of whether or not Rick Scott rides it out silently or takes immediate action, and how will they
play it off at the Republican National Convention.
I think it looks like you're right in your take on this. If she hadn't dug the hole so deep by her own bad judgement since the news broke, I'd say we
ought to let things play out to see what is true and what isn't. Fair is Fair and heck...even some others I'd like out deserve due process before the
You're right on the other end too though and she's compounded this now by her very very bad judgement in response to make for a problem entirely
independent from the original charges...and she gave more credit to them at the same time.
Personally. I think Rick Scott would show some real class here, if all we're assuming and saying here is as we're taking it to be, if he asked her to
step down. Does Florida give him the power to make that a forceful shove if needed? Again, unless we're missing something and there is a whole
different aspect, I'd say she's lost effectiveness and confidence as Lt Gov. to those below her....use that for the reason.
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