Maybe he’s hoping to get an ambassadorship to a tropical island after butt-kissing Obama in this op-ed of his.

Here, just randomly, are some quotes. Read the whole thing because context doesn’t make them any more rational:

I applaud and share his vision of a future built by a strong and confident middle class in an economy that gives us the opportunity to reap prosperity through hard work and personal responsibility.

[ . . . ]

He kept his compass pointed due north and relentlessly focused on saving jobs, creating more and helping the many who felt trapped beneath the house of cards that had collapsed upon them.

[ . . . ]

President Obama has a strong record of doing what is best for America and Florida, and he built it by spending more time worrying about what his decisions would mean for the people than for his political fortunes.

This is actually all laugh-out-loud funny. Just these three quotes are so far away from the truth as to almost be a satire from The Onion.

Personal responsibility for citizens? He’s created the largest government-dependent underclass in our country’s history.

Relentlessly focused on creating jobs? What jobs? Employment is 4 million less than it was when he took office.

Not worrying about his political future? Every move he has made and makes has been designed to get him re-elected.

Charlie Crist is unhinged if he really believes what he writes in this ludicrous editorial.