Facebook Takes on Rick Scott's Florida Keys Fishing Vacation

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Gov. Rick Scott decided to promote Florida tourism yesterday -- after promoting the woodlands of Montana and the ritzy mountain getaways in Colorado -- with a fishing trip to the Keys.

The governor went to Facebook with the pictures, and as you would expect, it sparked a trolling match in the comments section.

They have all the staples of wisdom from the interwebs -- hilarity, stupidity, misspellings, misinformation, racism, people leaving caps lock on cruise control, and things that just don't make a bit of sense.

We've filtered through the comments to provide you with some of the best Facebook-commenting ingenuity we could find on the governor's fishing trip. Check it out after the jump:

  • Bait master:
  • Hippie:
  • Yeller:
  • Arizonan:
  • Smoochy:
  • Wishful thinker:
  • Nerd:
  • Economist:

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