Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Your Message Not Important If It Bores Me

This letter to the editor is not so much a doozy as it is a mild stinger:
County Attorney should remember she works for people of Webb County

Published: Tuesday, May 17, 2011 1:23 AM CDT
To the editor:
In regards to the article written by Denise Blaz that was published in Laredo Morning Times on May 6, 2011, entitled “Family sues in jail death,” the article stated that she had made several repeated calls to Webb County Attorney Anna Laura Cavazos Ramirez.
Well, Ms. Blaz should not feel like the “Lone Ranger.”
I also called the county attorney four times and left a voice mail to return my calls and to this day she has yet to return one.
I then had two attorney friends call her twice, each to no avail.
Cavazos must have a bad memory because she has obviously forgotten that she works for the people of Webb County and that we pay her salary.
All I can say is remember this on the next election day and vote.
By the way, if you leave her a voice mail, this is what you hear: “You’ve reached Anna Cavazos Ramirez, Webb County attorney, please leave a detailed message after the tone.
I will return your call as soon as I can. If you do not leave me a detailed message, I will assume your message is not important.”
I thought all calls and people of Webb County are important, but I guess she feels differently.
Buddy Bruni
(Emphasis mine)
I know that public officials are notorious for not answering or returning calls, but I think this is a cue to have all elected officials' cell phone allowances revoked.

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