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Tampa Bay Times: Rick Scott's new ideology? 'Getting re-elected,' some say

 

By Jacob Engels

 

Adam Smith from the Tampa Bay Times has a great piece about Rick Scott's decision to expand medicare. Catch the first few lines below --

 

By Adam C. Smith, Times Political Editor

 

Two years ago nobody would have dreamed that Rick Scott, the multimillionaire political outsider crusading against Obamacare, would end up heading into a re-election campaign looking like the sort of pragmatic, moderate Republican tea party activists loathe.

 

But that's where Scott has awkwardly positioned himself — as another politician without clear convictions.

 

The controversial former health care executive launched his political career on fighting the Affordable Care Act, only to jump on board Wednesday and call for a dramatic expansion of Medicaid in Florida......FOR MORE CLICK HERE