Now more than ever we see the "everyday man" taking a more aggressive approach with politicians.
As of late, I have seen more well-versed people in politics. Many are not only more aware of what's going on, but more vocal in voicing their displeasure with the leaders in office.
Florida Governor Rick Scott has signed off on a couple questionable bills as of late that have really hurt middle and lower class people. Earlier this week, he went into Starbucks to grab a coffee. The only thing he walked out of there with was a grande piece of a civilian's mind on his latest moves in office.
According to Tampa Bay ABC affiliate WFTS, Cara Jennings called Scott out while he was in line to get a coffee.
The 39-year-old stay-at-home mother was unhappy with the governor’s decision to cut Medicaid and refuse Floridians access to significant portions of Obamacare.“You’re an assh*le! You don’t care about working people. You should be ashamed to show your face around here.”
Scott (like many politicians due when under fire) let loose a wet noodle promise of a million jobs. This REALLY set Jennings off, as she said “A million jobs? Great, who here has a great job?Or is looking forward to finishing school? Do you really feel like you have a job coming up?”
Funny thing is, there was only one person in a room full of people that came to his defense. It was clear that everyone agreed with the lady and really disliked this guy.
Something tells me he will send his assistant into Starbucks next time to grab his coffee.