Friday, January 20, 2006
Sure, she's been floating around in the district. Two weeks ago, she journeyed to the City of Poughkeepsie, which last time we checked, wasn't even in her district. Last week, she made it to Warwick and just yesterday, she was in New Windsor talking up some piece of legislation that's likely to go nowhere fast, like most of her initiatives do.
But one event a week can hardly be described as a grueling schedule. So what else has she been doing with her time? Beats us! Republican leaders in the House set this long recess back in December because they were still hopeful that indicted former House leader/Sue's patron Tom DeLay would be able to resolve his legal woes by the end of January. Of course, it hasn't quite worked out that way. Yet, Sue's paid recess continues. She'll be back at work on January 31.
1. If she was aware of such waste previously why has she not come forward? And if she if aware of such waste now why does she not come forward with the details so we can all benefit right now?
2. Why does she not give the particulars of her plan to eliminate waste so everyone can see it is not a fairy tale? And who allowed this waste to occur so we cab get rid of those people?