Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Cheryl Cox plays hardball with others, and softball with her friends

Cheryl Cox has moved from education to city government, and from suborning perjury to getting someone who took a couple hours off of work and might have lied about it charged with multiple perjury felonies. It seems that Jason Moore took some photos of a twilight yacht party held to raise money for her mayoral campaign. You wouldn't expect to wind up in jail for years for doing that, would you?

Cheryl likes to intimidate people. She once called me up, and started by saying, "Maura....This is Dr. Cox."

I knew I was supposed to feel intimidated because she gave herself a title and called me by my first name, but actually I had to struggle to stifle a laugh. Cheryl's doctorate is in education, and I know what it takes to get a doctorate in education. It isn't much. Have you ever heard of anybody flunking out of a graduate school education program? Only if he or she didn't show up. They seldom have to compete against geniuses. In fact, candidates for advanced degrees in education have the lowest GRE scores of all advanced degree candidates. Could that fact be related to the fact that we have a failing school system?

Cheryl approved multiple felonies, the perjury of a law officer among them,committed on behalf of Chula Vista Elementary School District. When I called her up to talk about them, she refused to discuss it. I did fax documents to her, so she was well informed of the crimes. She just didn't think they mattered, because they were committed by herself and her agents. She thinks she is above the law. So does Bonnie Dumanis.

David Bejarano has taken her place at CVESD. His wife is the secretary for Susan Fahle, who ignored my public records requests for over a year. I strongly suspect that Esperanza (Espie) Bejarano knows a lot about the crimes committed at Castle Park Elementary and CVESD. But of course, her husband was handpicked to help the board keep their secrets, wasn't he?

Would voters be SHOCKED to find out that Cheryl Cox spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to cover up crimes and protect her political career? Perhaps, since she campaigned on a platform of CHARACTER and FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY. She apparently fooled a lot of people into thinking she was better that Steve Padilla. Actually, Cheryl Cox is a lot worse. She finds it easy to talk the talk of clean government. She's just not able to walk the walk.

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