Is it found in the Science Fiction or the Fiction Section of the Book Store?
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This is about the most interesting thing I've ever heard VP
Those of us who have served in the U.S. Senate and watched it change over time could volunteer a response to Senator Byrd's incisive description of the Senate prior to the invasion: The chamber was empty because the Senators were somewhere else. Many of them were at fund-raising events they now feel compelled to attend almost constantly in order to collect money—much of it from special interests—to buy 30-second TV commercials for their next re-election campaign. The Senate was silent because Senators don't feel that what they say on the floor of the Senate really matters that much anymore—not to the other Senators, who are almost never present when their colleagues speak, and certainly not to the voters, because the news media seldom report on Senate speeches anymore.
He hit the nail on the head did he not?
Something a lot of us here have been saying for quite some time. The elected politicians have completely lost sight of their purpose . . . doing the will of the peoplee, instead of the will of the party . . . or the party leaders.
FOR THOSE THAT FOUGHT FOR IT, FREEDOM HAS A FLAVOR THE PROTECTED WILL NEVER KNOW OR UNDERSTAND