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Texas 2010 Le Mans Endurance Award Winner – State Sen. Judith Zaffirini

Congratulations to….
Texas State Sen. Judith Zaffirini
2010 “Le Mans Endurance” Award Winner
FYI: the Le Mans is a sport racing endurance series based around the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The series was originally named the Le Mans Endurance Series.
The WatchDawg is proud to announce that Texas State Senator Judith Zaffirini of Laredo is the hands-down winner of this esteemed award, despite keen competition among like-minded colleagues sitting as state legislators in Texas over the years.
As a public servant dedicated to serving her own personal interests, I’m sorry I mean the public’s interests, Judith has proved beyond all doubt that she possesses the necessary qualifications to compete in any and all endurance races.
As you’ll see from the evidence below, Judy has proven beyond all doubt that she possesses the necessary courage, fortitude, mettle, stamina, spunk, tenacity, persistence and steadfastness required to be the recipient of this unprecedented award. A prime example of Judy’s endurance is proven by her conduct for 2008 which is as follows:
  • $11,997 = State paid mileage = 21,813 miles driven ($0.55 per mile)
  • $17,811 = Fuel purchases = 118,740 miles driven (5,937 gallons x 20 mpg)
  • 140,553 = Total miles driven in 2008
Public records disclose that Zaffirini’s campaign paid $14,827 for condo rent in Austin (11 months) + $1,676 to the City of Austin for 12 months of utilities in 2008. Since it is roughly a 500 mile roundtrip from Laredo to Austin and takes about 7 hours of driving time (est. based on avg. using I-35 or I-37), Judith surely didn’t commute to and from Laredo every day of the week.
Subtracting 12 Holidays + 18 vacation/sick days (est.) and 134 days Judith received per diem payments in 2008 would leave 201 days. Therefore, it appears that Judy spent about 17.5 hours driving each and every one of these 201 days.
Judy surely can’t claim to have driven from Laredo to Austin and back each and every day in 2008. Even if she did, at best she would have driven 130,000 miles (2,500 miles x 52 weeks), which is of course absurd.
The average over-the-road truck driver drives about 100,000 miles a year. Therefore, Judith spent more time on the road driving in 2008 (http://tinyurl.com/2ua5y87).
Kinda gives a new meaning the term “endurance” if y’all know what I mean. Go Judy Go!!!
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