Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Mr. Burns endorses Slick Rick Scott for Florida governor

Slick Rick Scott? 

No, it's Mr. Burns. Rightardia interviewsed Mr. Burns of Homer Simpson fame and asked him about the Florida governor"s race.

Mr. Burn's said he really thought Slick Rick Scott was 'excellent.'

Burns' trademark expression is the word "Excellent", muttered slowly in a low, sinister voice while tenting his fingertips in a gesture of superiority.

Mr. Burns is the intensely evil owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and is Homer Simpson's boss.

Although originally conceived as a one-dimensional, recurring villain who might occasionally enter the Simpsons' lives and wreak some sort of havoc, Burns' popularity has led to his repeated inclusion in episodes.
Mr. Burns or Slick Rick Scott?

Like Slick Rick, Mr. Burns is a caricature of Corporate America in his unquenchable desire to increase his own wealth and power, inability to remember his employees' names - including Homer's.

Like Slick Rick, Mr. Burns lacks of concern for their safety and well-being of his health care patients and employees.

Scott's political campaign is off kilter and unfocused. He thinks he is running against President Obama.

Although the Florida governor's mansion and statehouse has been dominated by Republicans for the past 12 years, Scott thinks Florida's economic ills are caused by Washington.

Florida's economic problems started because the state is heavily dependent on tourism. When gas prices rose during the Bush administration, it knocked the bottom out of the tourism industry. Thousands of low paying jobs disappeared.

Burns frequently orders Smithers to "release the hounds", so as to let his vicious guard dogs attack any intruders, enemies or even invited guests like Alex Sink or others who might be black, migrants, union organizers or progressives.

Burns has lived a life of privilege and would amuse himself by injuring immigrant laborers.

Mr. Burns is Springfield's richest and most powerful citizen; his current net worth has been given as $996 million. So he is worth about the same as Slick Rick.

He uses his power and wealth to do whatever he wants, usually without regard for consequences and without interference from the authorities. These qualities led Wizard Magazine to rate him the 45th greatest villain of all time.

Does Florida need someone like Mr. Burns as governor. You've got to be kidding! Even the Florida Republicans are afraid of this shark, Slick Rick Scott.


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