San Diego mayor gambled away a BILLION dollars…

But it is okay. She is sorry.

Maureen O’Connor was the first female mayor of San Diego. But when she left public life, she spent countless hours seated in front of video-poker machines, authorities said.

Over a nine-year period, she wagered an estimated $1 billion, including millions from a charity set up by her late husband, who founded Jack in the Box.

In 20 paragraphs and 693 words, the LA Times never tells us of what party she is a member. It is a mystery, huh? I guess they weren’t able to find out.

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4 Responses to San Diego mayor gambled away a BILLION dollars…

  1. notamobster says:

    So she selfishly wagered a billion in other people’s money like it was nothing, and the feds have deferred her sentence for 2 years. When’s she running for chair of the DNC?

  2. Uke says:

    I can’t even fathom how you rack up a one BILLION dollar loss on slot machines.

  3. Downtown says:

    Now she will file for disability due to carpal tunnel and arthritis in her elbow and shoulder.

  4. Rich says:

    Nope … disability due to brain damage: inflicted just when she was infected with modern liberalism. Odd. Might this be a case when causality and correlation meet?

    Nah! It’s George Bush.