Florida Blue Key is marketed as a leadership honorary, if you dismiss all the rhethoric as just that & simply take heed to the organization's founding principles - you'll find yourself wondering just what went wrong?
Many of you are dumfounded, some of you are even incensed that Frank Bracco would even dare take himself serious enough for admssion. Nonetheless, Bracco ran a top SG Agency and set records that will not likely be broken anytime soon. A James Argento of his day, Bracco has maintained a professional demeanor and never once turned on his President, Ryan Moseley.
It's interesting. You take Nina DeJong...denied multiple times; a former SG Senator, Sorority President, detailed resume rich in public service, leadership, with solid grades...but no admission. Sam Green, then the highest ranking African American on campus, the second most powerful person in the UF Senate, long list of multicultural and leadership experience -- blocked. Bruce Haupt who made it to the most respected university in the United States - denied.
What does Florida Blue Key really have to do with leadership? In my honest opinion, Florida Blue Key has more to do with shameless subservience and less to do with honrable leadership than word around the row and all throughout Florida may have you believe.
And much like the Drayton Impeachment proceedings, much like online voting, and much like agency-legacies...FBK Recruitment has a funny way of proving to all of us GDI's and especially to the non-believers that there is a Machine, there is a System, and you can only join it on your knees.
Because if you try and stand up and fight for what you believe in, you'll go the Nina DeJong route...blocked by some cigar-smoking-turd from a second rate fraternity on University Avenue - that's not PIKE or DELT.
So everyone...let's thank Frank Bracco for applying and let his block, if it even comes down to a vote, further make the case for the sordid drama that is...the behind the scenes comings and goings of UF's most powerful eltist honorary - 70+yrs & counting.