Skip to comments.Representative Sinicki criticized for Facebook posts during Governor's speech
Posted on 01/26/2014 7:14:34 AM PST by Libloather
MADISON, Wis. (WSAU) -- A Wisconsin lawmaker is learning the hard way that posting comments online means everyone can see them, and that was a bit embarrassing for Democratic Representative Christine Sinicki of Milwaukee.
Sinicki really didnt want to be in the Assembly chamber during the Governors State of The State speech, and she made that clear posting to her Facebook page while the Governor spoke. As Governor Scott Walker spoke, Sinicki typed, OMG...this speech is so full of s*it. Wish I could get up and walk out. and Bottom line..the rich get richer and the poor and middle class continue to get kicked in the butt. She continued with, When are we going to have a real discussion about the cuts to education, throwing people off of unemployment insurance or cutting medical benefits?
How professional of her. Maybe if the moron was smart enough to listen to the big words in the Governor’s speech she’d learn about their budget surplus and tax-cuts that are coming thanks to Walker’s leadership.
Dumb & ugly...
fat bitter and angry is no way to go through life
she’ll survive since she is a liberal
Guilty as spoken.
I could tell she was a Democrat just by looking at her face.
Now I need eye bleach.
You stepped in it so own it.
She definitely looks like a demodummie.
Looks like a diesel dyke.
She looks like she’s waiting for a fly to come close enough.
The Left will love it - this is what they deem to be honesty in politicians: demanding that more money be spent on free stuff for their constituents.
One of the "cuts to education" she refers to is the opening to competitive bidding the contracts to provide health insurance to union teachers.
When the insurance company wholly-owned by the teacher's union had the no-bid contract, they were charging $25000 per year (I don't recall if that was for just one teacher, or if it included their family).
When it was opened to competitive bidding, their opening response was to drop to $16000; I don't know if they cut it even further later on.
And these same folks who demanded a no-bid contract for their health insurance to fatten the union probably screamed "bloody murder" over Halliburton's no-bid contracts.
Have fun! Her constituents are every bit as crazy and ignorant as she is!
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