IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… Sen. Rick Scott in the Financial Times: Biden Should Turn to the Florida Playbook
October 22, 2021
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In case you missed it, Senator Rick Scott wrote a letter to the editor of the Financial Times in response to a recent editorial on how Democrats should accept a “lighter” version of Biden and Democrats’ multi-trillion dollar tax-and-spend spree that pushes a massive expansion of government through deficit spending. In his letter, Senator Scott argues that if Democrats actually care about doing what’s best for Americans, they’d follow Florida’s playbook: Cut taxes, get Americans back to work and stop their insane socialist policies and deficit spending.
In the letter, Senator Rick Scott wrote, “There’s a popular saying that’s especially true in Washington: garbage in, garbage out. It’s a perfect fit for President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” package.
"While every president has the right to push their own agenda, Biden has shown that to fulfil his liberal wishlist, he is willing to bury our nation in a debt so massive that we will never be able to pay it off.
"Too many American families, especially poor families like mine growing up, are suffering from rising costs due to inflation. We don’t need a lighter bill. We need a hard reset.
Biden and his Democrat pals in Congress should take the proven playbook we used in Florida when I was governor. Cut taxes, get Americans back to work, stop with the insane mandates on families and businesses and boost the economy so we can pay down the debt and fund our priorities without increasing deficits."
Read the full letter to the editor in the Financial Times HERE.