Oh, The Irony

This is the guy running against Craig Estes. I'm no fan of either. But Fallon is a dangerous far right wing nutcase.

His above post demonstrates he hasn't been to a movie house that serves dinner and drinks lately. Heck, maybe even a regular movie house in Frisco lately.

From the Wichita Falls Times Record News:

“I’m not going to apologize for having a little bit of success.”

The three-term representative for Frisco is giving up his House seat as of Dec. 31, 2018, to challenge against Estes. Fallon had about $1.4 million on hand to bludgeon all comers when he filed his Jan. 15 report with the Texas Ethics Commission. He has loaned his campaign $1.8 million.

And since we are talking about money: "State legislators in Texas make $600 per month, or $7,200 per year, plus a per diem of $190 for every day the Legislature is in session (also including any special sessions). That adds up to $33,800 a year for a regular session (140 days), with the total pay for a two-year term being $41,000." 

That is, obviously, $20,500 per year.

So what's the return on investment (comparing how much a movie house makes on a Coke) for being a run of the mill Texas senator?