Monday, March 8, 2010

The Olympian nails Herrera: Voting for others in House is unacceptable.

Unfortunately for those of us suffering Ridgefield Barbie's representation, We are cursed with someone lacking depth, integrity or intelligence doing the job.

As I wrote before, Jaime Herrera has blown off her duties to her constituents here, much like she would in the increasingly unlikely and unfortunate event she were to actually win the upcoming election.

The Olympian has weighed in on her shameful conduct for what it is: an intolerable violation of the public trust.

Voting for others in House is unacceptable

THE OLYMPIAN • Published March 07, 2010

A nasty snit between two southwest Washington lawmakers highlights a failure of leadership in the state House of Representatives.

Rep. Deb Wallace, D-Vancouver, has accused Rep. Jaime Herrera, R-Camas, of letting her Republican colleagues vote for her “for hours on end” over a two-week period.

A story in the Vancouver Columbian newspaper outlined the attack and counterattack.

Herrera is running for the congressional seat being vacated by Rep. Brian Baird. Until recently, Wallace was in the congressional race, too.

The Columbian quoted Wallace as saying that Herrera missed multiple House votes, but her colleagues were covering for her by casting votes on her behalf.

“Either (Herrera) is in the building fundraising, which is illegal, or she is off campus and she has not been excused,” Wallace charged.

Herrera fired back, “Deb has no credibility, she has no proof.”

Much more here:

Notice that the cluelessly despicable idjit doesn't DENY the allegation; she merely points out that Wallace "has no proof."

Honor and integrity should not require "proof." What it DOES require is that you admit your conduct. Then, it requires that you resign your seat in the House. Then it requires that you withdraw from running for Congress.

Since those concepts are so foreign to you, there's no chance that someone surrounding themselves with the Winged Monkeys drawn to you would ever consider doing what those particular tenets demand.

Cross-posted on Clark County Politics.

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