It’s time for a new entitlement princess. Last month’s winner with 61% of the vote was Renata Shamrakova, a woman who embezzled over $800,000 from her employer, spent it on herself, and tried to justify what she did on a supposed heart condition. On top of that when ordered to return the money she stole, Shamrakova tried to crowdfund it.
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This past month, events leading to the government shutdown led to a lot of women whining how the shutdown would hurt them (or women in general). That is why there will be no voting this month. Instead, I have picked out a winner who best represents entitlement towards government spending on women. While in some ways this is a collective award recognizing all of the women who believe that the government owes them money for being female, I have selected a single winner.
This month’s Entitlement Princess Of The Month is Senator Barbara Boxer from California. She has tried to turn real issues of government spending and budgets into “war on women” rhetoric which is saying that women deserve money simply because they are women. This video captures her entitlement princessness:
This is how being an entitlement princess translates into politics making Sen. Boxer a well deserved winner of the September 2013 Entitlement Princess Of The Month.