Saturday, June 25, 2016

GOP Gov. Paul LaPage's Wife Side Works At A Seafood Shack!

Maine's First Lady serving food at a local dinner.

The Maine governor's wife serving at a restaurant during the summer. The governor Paul LePage is a divisive Republican to ever hold office. He is extremely controversial.

He hides behind his Black son while taking shots at the Black community.

LePage was in the junk food media recently blaming the heroin crisis on "D-Boy" knocking up White chicks in his state.

He believes that Black thugs are trafficking the narco into his 98% White state of Maine.

Maine the northernmost state in New England. It borders New Hampshire and Canada's French provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick. Maine is just as remote.

He hoping to pass state laws requiring low income residents to have drug testing before they acquire any assistance from the state's safety net.

The Maine governor’s salary is the lowest in the United States at $70,000 a year and Maine first lady Ann LePage said she is working at a seafood restaurant in Boothbay Harbor to put aside a little cash to buy a car.
Paul LePage the Republican governor of Maine with his wife Ann.
“Oh honey, it’s all about the money,” she told local TV broadcaster WGME this week. On her Facebook page, she wrote on Monday: “Having a great time. Great food, great view, and great service!”

LePage, 58, who sports a T-shirt, jeans and an apron at work, said customers are often taken aback when they see her at the restaurant.

“People expect something different of you because of whom I am married to, the governor,” she told a customer in comments played by the broadcaster.

At a town hall event this month, Governor Paul LePage mentioned his wife’s job, saying she was following in the footsteps of their daughter who made about $28 an hour last year as a food server.

“She (my daughter) did so well that, my wife, the first lady, is waitressing this summer,” he said in a video played by the TV station. The governor’s office was not immediately available for comment.

The Republican governor has faced criticism for comments such as saying out-of-state drug dealers were coming to Maine and impregnating “white girls.” Critics called the comments racist, while LePage told reporters he had misspoken.

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