Tuesday, November 20, 2012

State's Worst Driver Appointed Director of 'Highway Safety Division' as Political Payoff!

You have to love how some wholly unqualified people can advance merely through their political connections.

Imagine if she was linked to Republicans. The press would have a field day exposing their fraud and those who helped her into this position. But since she is a product of Democrat ideals, she was rewarded with an easy Government job with basically no accountability. All the lady had to do was not get into trouble while driving. Instead, this lady appears to be the poster child for what drivers should not be. In fact, it seems that it was her latest accident, driving off the road, that brought attention to her undeserved position.
Her driving record includes seven ­accidents, four speeding violations, two failures to stop for a police officer, one failure to stay in her lane, one driving without registration or license in possession, and one driving without wearing a seat belt.

When she was nabbed for speeding in New Hampshire in 1999, she failed to show up at her hearing, records show. Until Nov. 1, her license was on nonrenewal status for failure to pay local excise taxes. There are 34 entries on her driving record, dating back to 1982.

Yet Sheila Burgess is director of the Massachusetts Highway Safety Division. Her mission is to reduce accidents by promoting good driving practices. She oversees public campaigns on the dangers of speeding, texting while driving, driving while impaired, and failing to wear a seat belt, among other hazards. - Boston Globe
So how does a person with such a bad driving record, so bad she probably should not have a license, get such a job? As it so happens, she is experienced in 'Democratic Party politics'.

Really, with over 8% unemployment in this country, fire her and find someone qualified to do the job. Then, fire the person responsible for hiring her.

Her job is to save lives. Clearly those appointing this person to such a position don't care one bit about your life. All they care about is paybacks. And if this is all that this position is good for, than I know how Massachusetts can save $87,000 a year.

She reminds me of All-State's Mayhem character. Except, she is real and has been driving amongst us.

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