Bubba the Love Sponge® on Governor Rick Scott’s reject of high speed rail money

February 22nd, 2011 by Staff


St. Petersburg, Florida – Debuting Wednesday night at 11pm on 10 News is a new segment called, “Bring It On Bubba” featuring commentary by local radio host Bubba the Love Sponge.

Bubba takes on Governor Rick Scott for turning down the federal funds for high speed rail.

Bubba’s commentaries will air a couple of times a week on 10 News at 11pm and we want to hear your feedback here in our comments section.


6 Responses

  1. Local Seo Pinellas

    This is one of the best things to come out of Florida in a long time. I would ride the rail to Orlando and back rather then drive. Jobs as well. Someone who lives in St Pete could get that job a few hours away. Im sure many of us would use it, travel more and guess what we need it. But Scotts like the Scotts stuff I wipe my #$#@$@ with. I live in Pinellas and drive to clients all over FL for SEO, id take the rail.

  2. Justin

    I say Bubba hit the nail right on the head, That 2.5 billion is going somewhere for high speed rail and nothing else. It’s not like if he turns it down our government is going to spend it on something else. Now California or Washington, possibly New York will get the 2.5 billion for rail. Does he not understand that the money is going to rail here or someplace else and the 24k jobs that go with it.back to work Rick? Yeah back to work my ass F#$%k you; you pompus piece of Sh^%T. Karma will get ya.

  3. Glenn

    I think there needs to more research on this. For one thing there needs to be right away for the tracks. Then there is maintaining it after it’s built.

  4. ray

    We the residents of Florida should have the right to vote whether or not the speed rail gets to happen or not..because we are the tax payers and we would be paying for it.

  5. ray

    rick scott needs to go.

  6. UNION CHRIS

    F@CK THAT JACKASS !!! BUBBA YOU ARE THE VOICE OF THE WORKING MAN & WE THANK YOU .

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