From the Palm Beach Post: A week really is a lifetime in Florida politics right now.
But as of this moment, tentative plans are for Gov. Charlie Crist to be in Miami on Friday when the clock runs out on his deliberations over the controversial teacher merit pay bill that lawmakers delivered to him Friday.
Crist is certainly capable of announcing his decision at any point before then, but how memorable would it be if he waited to veto the bill until he arrived in the hometown of Jeb Bush (and Marco Rubio, for that matter), who has been pushing for the legislation and against Crist’s Senate campaign for some time?
Then again, maybe Bush and Rubio would attend the bill signing if Crist goes that route…