Good letter. But the only ones reading it will be staffers. And if you're "lucky" you'll get a canned response brimming with right wing talking points. I wrote to Portman twice over gun control. After the second form letter email, I wrote him once more. I asked him if he's familiar with the expression, Don't blushˇt a bullshˇtter. I wrote, "... you'r in politics, I'm in advertising. Think about it." Of course, there was no reply to that one.
At this point, I'm confident that the People have had it up to their eyeballs with the GOTP, and their attempts to shove the blame back on the Dems and the Admin will fail. But in the meantime, we're all gonna get screwed. And there are no guarantees that 2014 will deliver the payback we all pray for.
Steve, yeah I know the asswipe er Congressman won't read it BUT they do keep a tally of Pro vs. Con... so I'll register a complaint.
I also wrote BO and told him NOT TO GIVE 1 nanometer to the GOTP !! (Grand old Tantrum Party ) Also said I had to warn him, I'm not voting for Hillary in 2016 to be the 1st woman President. I'm voting for Bill Clinton to be the 1st "First Gentleman" !!
In his second term, President Harry Truman condemned the snail's pace at which lawmakers actually got some work done, labeling it a "Do-Nothing" Congress. After all, the 80th Congress (1947-1948) only passed 906 bills over its two-year period.
The current Congress, by comparison, has passed just 196 bills, easily the lowest total since the U.S. House Clerk's office started keeping track. Consider the progress in chart form, which should drive home just how unproductive the 112th Congress (2011-2012) really is.
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