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State Rep. Ray Canterbury (R-WV): Today’s “Humanitarian” Award Winner

 
Congratulations to….
 
State Rep. Ray Canterbury (R-WV)
Today’s “Humanitarian”Award Winner
 
 
Ray was successful in duping the voters into electing him to the West Virginia House of Delegates in 2000.
 
During a floor debate in the House of Delegates, Ray the Humanitarian suggested that children in public schools be made to work as janitors. Put simply, Ray’s proposal is somewhat akin to a homeless person carrying a sign saying, “Will work for Food.”
 
During the floor debate, Ray made the following comments:
 
“I think it would be a good idea if perhaps we had the kids work for their lunches: trash to be taken out, hallways to be swept, lawns to be mowed, make them earn it.”
 
The Humanitarian went on to argue that providing students with free lunches would destroy their work ethic and show them “there’s an easy way.”
 
Of course Ray has a totally different opinion when the taxpayer’s get hosed for the cost of legislators attending so-called conferences at exotic venues. Maybe Ray and his fellow Morons would learn a valuable lesson if they had to pick up the tab to attend these worthless conferences.
 
If Ray had to pay, we can be assured he would opt to stay at the Big 6 Motel rather than the Waldorf Astoria in New York, the St. Regis in San Francisco or the Ritz-Carlton in Half Moon Bay.
 
Congrats Ray; keep up the good work! We should let everyone know of your amazing record as one of America’s Least Appreciated “Humanitarians”; you are far too humble.
 
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