Our county judge has decided to run for a seat in the feral congress.
The Times recently wrote that she said the following in an interview that they had with her:
“I’ve been tested during some of [the] most difficult times in our community’s history. I hope that the public in El Paso saw that I passed that test.”
That kind of sounds like one of our local school district superintendents who said he had “one of the hardest jobs in America”.
It would be nice to have government officials that do not consider themselves to be victims. Maybe their sense of entitlement might diminish a little bit if they did not have to suffer so badly.
This county judge is responsible for the financial mess at the children’s hospital and for the unsustainable clinics that our new hospital administrator somehow has to salvage. Our readers should feel free to point out other failures that she has brought to us.
If she gets elected she will be at the bottom of the pile in terms of influence in congress. The more senior members of her party will relegate her to the job of trying to raise money for the party. That will consume most of her time. Unlike our current congressman she is not perceived as being very capable and will thus have difficulty raising that money.
We deserve better