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Another Day, Another Broken Promise From Bryan Lentz

Another Day, Another Broken Promise From Bryan Lentz

First it was the car, then per diems, then ghost voting, now its expenses

DREXEL HILL, PA – It has been well documented that Bryan Lentz flip-flopped on the promises he made as a candidate in 2006.  He’s broken promises on taking a taxpayer funded car after promising he wouldn’t, submitting for per diems after promising he wouldn’t and then ghost voting after he wanted to ban the practice.  Today, Bryan Lentz flip-flops on expenses. 
In a 2006 interview with the blog Above Average Jane, Lentz said, “I am going to follow the rules before they become rules. I am going to be an open book and I will pay for my own car and expenses. My only special interest will be the interest of my constituents and I will not be wined and dined by anyone other than my wife.” (Above Average Jane, “An Interview with Bryan Lentz,” September 5, 2006)
A review of Bryan Lentz’s meal expenses between December 16, 2006 and June 30, 2010 show that he spent $12,143.37 on meals.  (from official records of the House of Representatives)
“This flip-flop on expenses is yet another example of Bryan Lentz saying one thing and doing another.  He’s just like every other out-of-touch incumbent politician,” said Bryan Kendro, campaign manager for Pat Meehan for Congress.  “How can Bryan Lentz reform Washington when he refused to reform Harrisburg?  Actions speak louder than words, and Bryan Lentz cannot be trusted.”

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