Todd P'pool's claim to be "advising the President of the United States" is ironic, considering his campaign against Pres. Obama.
Republican candidate for attorney general Todd P’Pool is a very busy man.
He’s so busy that he didn’t update his resume on his website to reflect that he no longer holds a position he claims to hold. Or did he just not notice that he no longer serves on the Federal Advisory Committee for Juvenile Justice and hasn’t for two years? The two year anniversary of his replacement is September 24, 2011.
Here’s what P’Pool says on his website :
“Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher (R) appointed Todd to serve on the Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice where he advises the President of the United States and members of Congress on juvenile justice issues affecting America. In 2008, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear (D) re-appointed Todd to continue the important work of this committee.”
P’pool’s term expired on September 15, 2009. Governor Steve Beshear did not reappoint him. Instead, Beshear appointed Marty E. Lanus of Shelbyville on September 24, 2009 to replace him.
P’pool’s website slogan of "Fighting to Preserve the Culture of Kentucky" should include a prohibition on resume padding.