Miami commissioner's aide fired over tweets

Commissioner Suarez originally planned to keep Christina Haramboure

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MIAMI - Christina Haramboure was fed up. And when she got fed up, she liked to tweet.

"So I'm a little dramatic on twitter today, but that's what Twitter is for right??"

It turns out, it's not. On Wednesday, she lost her job over several tweets she sent out August 12. She embarrassed her boss, Commissioner Francis X. Suarez, who is applying for a job as Miami's Mayor.

"Dear Constituents … PLEASE GET A LIFE, A HOBBY, A LOBOTOMY … whatever," Haramboure tweeted.

Haramboure, 24, was an administrative assistant in his office and she really did not like her job.

"It amazes me how much people like to call here and b&tch at me ALLL DAY their lives must really suck #leavemealone #socrabby #angryoldpeople," she tweeted.

Some of her statements were in Spanglish and included expletives. She also liked to pepper the hash tags "spare me" and "I hate constituents" in her tweets.

"Please give your 'descarga' (Spanish for unload) elsewhere … if you know all the answers then WHY ON EARTH are u calling," she tweeted.

Suarez, who was reelected as commissioner to a four-year term in 2011, released an apologetic statement.

"Her tweets are unacceptable and are in no way a reflection of the culture within my commission office," Suarez said.

Haramboure deleted her account. But Local 10 reporter Janine Stanwood found some of the tweets on, a site that searches content published on Twitter.

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