Dem Lois Frankel’s first public appearance to be at ‘Luxury Chamber’ event

Sometimes, the hypocrisy of politicians is just too much for any human being to stomach. Newly elected Democratic Congresswoman Lois Frankel’s latest messages are a prime example.

A few days ago, Frankel sent out an email asking supporters “to stand up to Grover [Norquist] and work together for our middle class families.”

OK, fine.

Now, maybe I’m wrong, but I don’t think a whole lot of working middle-class families hang out at a “Luxury Chamber Chamber of Commerce” event, which, according to multiple press releases, is where Frankel is going to hold her “first public appearance.”

According to its press release, the Luxury Chamber of Commerce holds events where one can “mix and mingle with high-end purveyors of luxury goods and services at an upscale venue.”

The event Frankel will attend, promoted by South Florida publicist Barry Epstein, is being hosted at Reserve Wealth Management in Boca Raton.

But aren’t private money managers who hold Luxury Chamber events the same kind of people who manage money for rich, white Republicans like Mitt Romney? Isn’t a big part of their job to maximize their clients’ return on assets while minimizing their taxes?

Of course, it is, and that’s fine with me.

But didn’t Frankel and the Democrats just win an election by running against the rich, whose income is so expertly handled by private money managers that they can screw the middle class by not “paying their fair share”?

Of course, they did.

Will anyone in the mainstream media, who I’m sure get the same press releases I do, report on this hypocrisy?

Of course, they won’t.

 

Luxury Chamber press release:

Congresswoman-Elect Lois Frankel First Public Appearance 

You are cordially invited to attend:
For Immediate Release: Contact: Barry Epstein * xxx-xxx-xxxx

PLEASE PASS ALONG

Luxury Chamber Network to feature Congresswoman Lois Frankel

The December 17 Luxury Chamber network will be held 6 to 8 P.M. at Reserve Wealth Management, 3837 NW Boca Raton Blvd. Boca Raton, Fl 33431, hosted by Jim Barr and featuring former West Palm Beach Mayor and now Congresswoman-Elect Lois Frankel.

Get in on the early bird rate: Mix and Mingle with high end purveyors of Luxury Goods and services at an upscale venue with Congresswoman elect Lois Frankel in her first public appearance since

her election. Enjoy catering by South Tech Academy culinary students, hosted by South Tech board member Jim Barr at Reserve Wealth Management, with photos provided by Robert Maves Jr..

Go to  www.loisfrankel.eventbrite.com to register.

Mayor Lois Frankel is a seasoned public servant with a record of bringing jobs and opportunity to South Florida. After serving 14 years in the Florida state legislature, Lois became mayor of West Palm Beach in 2003. In eight years as mayor, she worked tirelessly to bring jobs and opportunity to the city.

During challenging economic times, Lois oversaw the remarkable revitalization of the downtown district and made West Palm Beach a more attractive place for companies to do business.

Since she was elected, thousands of new residents and scores of new businesses now call West Palm Beach home. Major projects underway are projected to bring thousands of new jobs with positive economic impact over the next decade.

Lois has been a champion for seniors, families and small businesses. She is dedicated to protecting Social Security and Medicare. She believes in tax breaks for middle class families and closing loopholes for Big Oil companies.

As mother who has watched her son, a proud Marine veteran, go to war, Lois knows what it’s like for families to sacrifice. She will work tirelessly to make sure Congress’ priorities serve Florida’s families.

Complimentary beverages and light appetizers will be served.

The link for registering is: http://loisfrankel.eventbrite.com/.

Isn’t it time your Wealth got a Second Opinion?

 

Lois Frankel’s email to supporters: 

You know what we can’t afford- our country being forced over the “fiscal cliff.”

Republicans are falling in line behind Grover Norquist, and his bullying tactics and desperate attempts to enforce a 20-year-old pledge. Our country needs Republicans to stand up to Grover Norquist now. Over 20,000 of you have already stood up for the middle class and we need to keep standing up for our middle class families.

We need to work together with the GOP to get things done. We need 7,500 people by Friday to sign on and tell the GOP to stand up to Grover and work together for our middle class families. Click here to stand up and fight back today.

The last thing that Washington needs is more bullies. Our country wasn’t built by people like Grover Norquist–it was built by people who were willing to work across party lines to get things done. We need to stand together to make sure that our country isn’t forced to go over the fiscal cliff and our middle class families don’t get stuck with a tax hike. Click here to tell Republicans to stand up to Grover Norquist and fight for our middle class families instead.

This is our chance and our moment but we need to work together.

Always, Lois

 

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  • Bocabarbara

    That is classic! Hey, I am against high taxes on anyone, so people can spend more money on "luxury" .It gives jobs to people across the board. But the constant harping of these Democrats attacking achievers and savers just aggravates me. She should have a lot of insight into bullies, she is one.

  • Rich

    I don't see any significant change in policies. Neither party goes after fraud and waste or redundant government agencies. They ignore GAO reports. Both parties cater to illegals and give them get out of jail free cards. There are no true fiscal conservatives that I can see in office. That is why we are in such sad shape. There should be term limits for congress. Our forefathers did not intend representatives to feed off the trough for life.

  • R. Kinkead

    We'll read about this in the new "conservative" Palm Beach Post, won't we? Let 'em put their money where their mouths are.

  • boca spin doctor

    Thanks for the plug, Jack!

  • http://fb Kathy Bennett

    Hypocrisy! Pardon my English but just another ass kisser!

  • Bob

    Who would have thought this obnoxious specimen of the Northeast could have ever been elected to congress, she id the essence of that part of the country–yucck !

  • OMG

    I gasp everytime I hear or see the word "congresswoman" before her name. This is one of the saddest election results locally.

  • Addie Boca

    So typically hypocritical!!