Monday, July 10, 2017

Bag Boy Peter Agui-LIAR Finds a New Job?!

If only it were true.

It just goes to show everyone how desperate the left-wing media is to promote liberal, Democratic candidates at all costs.

It's a real shame.

Check out this fawning report in the Press-Enterprise:

Rep. Pete Aguilar bags groceries for a day as part of Inland Empire tour

Rep. Pete Aguilar went from one cash register to another, bagging groceries at Gerrards Market in Redlands on Friday, July 7, as part of his “Job for a Day” tour.

Granted, serving in a grocery in itself is not a bad thing.

I did it, and I was glad to do it. I think that Peter Agui-LIAR should go into another line of work,

Some customers were unaware the Democratic congressman — clad in slacks, a tie, blue apron, and sneakers — was handling their packaged fish, bottled water, and bananas. Others took photos with him. A woman talked politics with him.

“You’re doing great!” one cashier told him.

But when it comes to the national budget and accounting, he does a terrible job! Did they check the drawers after his shift ended?

Aguilar began his job tour in April working as a server at Mitla’s Cafe in San Bernardino. He’ll try a new job on a quarterly basis throughout the year. His aim is to connect with residents and learn more about businesses in his district.

Great, now we have a Congressman who is stealing more jobs from California residents. He suppors illegal aliens, wants to let them take jobs from hard-working Americans. Then he wants to play the cameras and pretend that he cares about working people.

What a joke.

“The goal is to just get out there in the community and to experience some real jobs that folks in the Inland Empire have and do each and every day,” said Aguilar, the former mayor of Redlands. “Talk to folks to hear their concerns about healthcare, about jobs.”

UESTION for you, Petey: how many homeless shelters have you visited??

“The only way to do that is by getting out,” he said.

How about getting out of office and getting a real job?

It took a minute or so for Redlands resident Avis Taylor to recognize the congressman. Aguilar wore a badge with just his first name.

“You look a lot like Pete Aguilar,” she told him.

At that point, I would have have hammered the guy on every job-killing proposal and program he has voted for. I would have gone after him for promoting the unaffordable "Affordable Care Act." What's up with that? And why does he support allowing illegal aliens to break into the United States, only to turn around and give them amnesty and all the taxpayer-funded benefits along with that?

Once she learned who she was dealing with, she voiced her concerns.

“You’ve got to do something about this country,” she said.

I got a better idea. He should stop representing this country or his district in Congress and just go away.

Taylor, 86, talked to Aguilar about the need for more Democrats in Congress where Republicans hold majorities in both the House and Senate.

Oh brother! You can tell that these "customers" are paid political hacks looking to make Agui-LIAR look good. Give me a break.

“We’ve got to push back,” Aguilar told her.

She told him she was concerned about the environment and the status of monument designations. She also wondered what will happen to Medicare.

Customer Diane Bruns, 62, of Twin Peaks didn’t recognize Aguilar. She sensed there was something unique about the man bagging groceries because of the two photographers surrounding him.

Although Aguilar is not her representative, she thought his job tour was a good way to get to know his constituents. She would have liked it had Aguilar introduced himself to her, she said.

A teacher, Bruns said she has taken her students to visit their representative,  Paul Cook, R-Yucca Valley.

“It’s good getting out to the public,” Bruns said.

Tom Reingrover, owner of Gerrards, watched as Aguilar interacted with customers. Reingrover said he wasn’t concerned about conversations potentially getting heated given the political climate over immigration and healthcare. He said he was just glad to have Aguilar at his store.

“I think it’s great. He’s a good local guy,” Reingrover said. “A lot of my customers know him and recognize him.”

In the end, Aguilar learned one major thing.

“You’ve got to make sure you put the heavy stuff at the bottom,” he said. “That’s rule No. 1”

Republican Sean Flynn, a Scripps College economics professor who has announced he will run against Aguilar in 2018, said the congressman should curtail his jobs tour and focus on his own job.

How about throwing him out of his job?

I can't say that i am big fan of Sean Flynn. After all, this is the same guy who had not voted for years, and had donated big money to Democratic candidates, including US Senator Gary Peters. What kind of Republican donates money to Democratic candidates and never votes? A plant!

“I think Pete Aguilar’s efforts to find out more about jobs in our district is commendable, but I would prefer he spend his time in Washington working to create jobs in the Inland Empire. Unlike Pete, I’ve run businesses before and know how important strong government action is on job creation.”

Notice the "make nice" rhetoric?

I want a fighter. I want someone who will do what is right for the constituents, the taxpayers of the 31st Congressional District.

Final Reflection

I wish it were true, but sadly Peter Agui-LIAR is still working in Congress for himself rather than serving the interests of the men and women in his district. The outcome is so sad and depressing. Agui-LIAR wants to play down-to-earn bonhommie within his district, but the truth is he has become so far removed from the needs of Americans, plus he has no interest in working with Republican leaders in the House to do the right thing for all Americans.

Our rights are under attack, along with the economy, which is barely getting back into gear. Obamacare is a huge failure, and we need more freedom, less intervention in the market place! Speaking of market places --- I would prefer to see Peter Agui-LIAR work in a grocery store as opposed to the halls of Congress!

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