Thursday, November 23, 2006

CMS executives: who's an asset to the People of California and who's a liability?

Agency Secretary Victoria Bradshaw: asset to public service or liability?
Acting Director John Rea: asset to public service or liability?
Acting Labor Commissioner Robert Jones: asset to public service or liability?
Deputy Chief Lupe Almaraz: asset to public service or liability?
Assistant Chief Nance Steffen: asset to public service or liability?
Is there anyone I missed that had a charge of responsibility with this CMS?
When it comes down to it, have any of these people made decisions that have benefited the People of California? Bradshaw tried to stick it to the working class with Livadas, then the US Supreme Court told her to pound sand...then Arnold resuscitates the ol' Pete Wilson crew and makes her (of all people) the Labor Workforce Development Agency Secretary! Yeah, she cares for the working Californian; another one of her "accomplishments" was pimping out her buddy Jose Millan to the Restaurant lobby, then losing (again) in court. He had to go bye-bye to Community College to continue collecting his state paycheck. Illegal propaganda video/infomercials? Yeah. she cares. Since she began living on the public trough, I haven't seen one directive that helps the People. This administration has assisted Big Business and a very wealthy few, but that small circle does not necessarily constitute "The People of California;" that small circle is "Special Interests," and is not a fair representation of the People.
CMS is just another version of this administration's trickle-down agenda of sticking it to the working Californian. CMS makes it virtually impossible for both the DLSE employee and for the Californian, to process allegations of California Labor Law violations in a timely manner. Not only that, but someone became VERY wealthy as a result of this government contract.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

That explains why we have Victoria Bradshaw buying all these properties up and down the State. Someone see the connection here? Ill gotten gains!!!

11/24/2006 5:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They are all a liability to Public Service, but only Victoria Bradshaw and John Rea are ultimately responsible for screwing the Californian.

11/24/2006 8:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This CMS contract has all the underlings of a kickback deal. Someone needs to investigate this.

11/25/2006 8:33 PM  

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