Monday, September 9, 2013

Supervisor Alexander Commits Fraud In Order To Play Hookie

Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander is a member of the Board's Transportation, Public Works and Transit Committee, which has an important meeting this Wednesday.

But she might not be there.  She's currently in Nashville for a GOPAC conference:
6th Annual State & Local Summit – September 8-11, 2013 – Nashville, TN
Conservative Ideas in Action

The Sixth Annual State and Local Summit will attract legislative leaders from across the country, including Senate Presidents, Speakers of the House, and Committee Chairs to share policy ideas and trade best practices in implementing conservative principles to create jobs, get government spending under control and make government more effective in delivering public services. Attendees will also discuss with national Republican leaders the ideas and initiatives that Congress can implement to address the challenges our country faces. Through panel discussions, policy sessions and networking events, attendees are offered a unique opportunity to advance free-market conservatism across all levels of government.
Alexander is committing fraud by being there as that she does not have a leadership role and she is not a committee chair.

And even if she had a chair position, she still wouldn't be a leader, since she has been bought and paid for by County Emperor Chris Abele.

Her misrepresentation should not come as a surprise, since she does that with alarming alacrity.

ADDENDUM: I have learned since this was posted that Alexander blew off a training today for supervisors regarding Act 14, the bill she sold her constituents and herself out for.

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