Legislators and Preferential Treatment
Well this story has been going around the Internet about a Florida state legislator, Charles McBurney. Apparently the legislator and his wife were stopped for speeding and not having their car insurance papers with them. They also had custom plates that identified them as a state legislator.
So this legislator vermin gets the trooper fired for giving him (the vermin) preferential treatment by not giving him a speeding ticket and only a $10 fine for not having his insurance papers. This....AFTER the trooper radios his supervisor and gets the OK to only ticket the vermin with the $10 fine.
And here's the kicker....the vermin INSISTS he wasn't speeding and had his insurance papers in the vehicle.
As far as preferential treatment goes stop the vanity plates. And how in the world can someone just make a phone call and get a state employee fired like this?
Florida voters, wake up!
By the way, this vermin was GOP but it could have been the other party too.