Skip to comments.A Frontrunner for the 2013 Bureaucrat-of-the-Year Award?
Posted on 06/12/2013 5:29:22 AM PDT by Kaslin
Ive shared some outrageous stories about bureaucrats ripping off taxpayers.
So perhaps it is time to create a Bureaucrat-of-the-Year Award to honor the parasite who best exemplifies the unofficial SEIU motto of Better Living on the Taxpayer Teat.
And I think we already have a very strong candidate for 2013. Ms. Dorothy Dugger certainly has the right skills, working the system to get 19 months of vacation time after being forced out of her position. Here are some excerpts from a story in the Washington Times.
A former official of the Bay Area Rapid Transit raked in more than $333,000 last year without working a single day after she resigned under pressure in May 2011. Dorothy Dugger, the BARTs former general manager, quietly stayed on the payroll, burning off nearly 80 weeks of unused vacation time, drawing paychecks and full benefits for more than 19 months after she agreed to quit more than two years ago, San Jose Mercury News reported.
But thats only part of the story. Yes, she was grossly overpaid and, yes, she has been bilking the grotesquely lavish fringe benefits system reserved for the bureaucracy.
But she also got a big fat severance package! Sort of a reward she received because she was an incompetent employee who wasnt properly fired by an incompetent government.
But no worries. Taxpayers are there to smooth everything over.
The months of extra pay were in addition to the $920,000 Ms. Dugger was paid to leave after the BARTs board botched an effort to fire her by violating public meetings laws, San Jose Mercury News reported.
Youll be happy to know, however, that Ms. Dugger is willing to acknowledge that some people may not be happy about
When asked by the paper if she thought the payout was fair to BART riders, she said: Thats a fair issue to debate.
How generous of her to say this is a fair issue now that shes already pocketed all her loot and left government service.
But dont forget that there are millions of other bureaucrats still on the payroll,earning more than us while working less than us.
And while Ms. Dugger has some impressive credentials for the Bureaucrat-of-the-Year Award, she does face some stiff competition. John Geary, for instance, used his job as a welfare bureaucrat to perpetrate a welfare-for-sex scam. And Susan Muranishi managed to snag a guaranteed yearly payment of $423,664 for the rest of her life.
We pay, they play.
P.S. Lets be thankful were not Denmark.
What can I say? Too ticked off to click on “P.S. Lets be thankful were not Denmark.”
Does that include combat pay?
Unfortunately in California it will only get worse now that the RATS are firmly in power.