Easter means a lot of things to a lot of people. To me personally, it has a lot of significance – it is the day that Jesus Christ rose from the dead proving his deity and also paving the way for people like myself and others to be saved from ourselves.
In that spirit, I’d like to offer some of my social media expertise to Anna Bryson.
Don’t lead with your chin, please. Bryson posted the following on her Facebook on Friday with a link to an article:
In Sacramento, Democrats do themselves in. Now, we Republicans have to have common-sense conservative reform proposals
Conservative? Where are the statements from Bryson about social issues on her issues page?
Anna Bryson was attempting to highlight the democrat scandals in Sacramento, which is laughable given her involuntary tax liens, lawsuit judgements and of course all the DA investigations in to Brown Act viloations on the Capistrano Unified School District.
Earlier last week – Facebook Users were treated to this from Anna Bryson:
Governor Jerry Brown is using budget tricks to make California budget look good – but it’s all smoke and mirrors. (The trickery is technically called “cash-based budgeting.”)
I am a budget person. I have worked with operating budgets in the hundreds of millions of dollars in public education and in an office that managed investments in the billions of dollars in Orange County government. After cutting $150 million from our school district, we nonetheless became the highest-performing large district in California. We need a fiscally prudent budget in our state.
No kidding. This is the same Anna Bryson that gave away the store to the teacher’s union at the expense of 28 non-union jobs??? The CUSD now boasts around 33 kids per teacher because of the budget decisions of Anna Bryson. (Most districts are around 23-25)
Oh – and Anna Bryson lists “Mariner’s Yacht and Ship Brokerage” as a like on her facebook page.
Let’s hope her account with Mariner’s Yacht and Ship Brokerage is current.
When you post snippets on social media they are usually much more trouble than the perceived benefit.