(Now Former) Maine Senator Cynthia Dill’s Adventures In Wonderland

PPH reports “Cynthia Dill: Congress is sucking up fake research in its zeal to fight welfare fraud.”

“New work requirements in the food-stamp program are rooted in ‘junk science’ touted by persuasive Maine voices.

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” begins when a white rabbit with pink eyes runs past her and says, “Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late” and then proceeds to pull from a waistcoat pocket a flashy watch before popping down a large rabbit hole under the hedge.

We know what happens next. Alice was bored. The shiny object and haberdashery piqued her curiosity and she jumped in and the rest is a famous novel written by Charles Dodgson, a mathematician at Christ Church, Oxford, under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. Never once considering how in the world she was to get out again, Alice went down, down, down.

Would the fall never come to an end?” was the question.

And so it is with us. Remember when Gov. LePage and former Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew passed the buck on the tragic death of Marissa Kennedy back in March?

The irony is so rich. Welfare fraud? How about policy fraud? How about ideology wrapped up as research fraud?” Read more HERE.

COMMENTARY

Cynthia reminds people “when Gov. LePage and former Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew passed the buck on the tragic death of Marissa Kennedy back in March.”

Cynthia Dill brings up “How about policy fraud? How about ideology wrapped up as research fraud?”

How about insurance fraud? Dill was contacted when she was a senator about the frauds/cover ups by the Maine Bureau of Insurance. Their refusal to investigate is a violation of their own mission statement, duties. Having to bury a child is devastating enough, but the frauds perpetrated in the defrauding of life insurance, in concert with the Bureau of Insurance, is disastrous and pure evil.

Just as she criticizes Governor LePage and Mary Mayhew, she is as guilty! She did nothing! Same old “pat answer”from Augusta…..there’s nothing I can do. Nothing she can do? She’s a civil rights lawyer, (now former) state senator, a lawmaker….

No amount of “looks good on its face” articles will change the true facts willingly ignored by our elected officials/government employees.

Oh dear. Oh dear, indeed.

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Published in: on May 20, 2018 at 12:44 pm  Leave a Comment  
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