States share burden of scoundrel senators

2009-12-19T00:15:00Z States share burden of scoundrel senatorsONLINE ONLY missoulian.com
December 19, 2009 12:15 am  • 

I’m not from your state, but I feel we share a common bond, and that is, we are all Americans.

We are Americans who face these shameless politicos and their hijinks with a shrug and a “oh well, they all do it” attitude. We have our cross to bear in North Caroline and it will be rectified – term limits are a partial answer, but constantly reminding the effete political class they work for us is an equally good idea.

If Max Baucus makes decisions based on his gonads regarding his live-in girl at the Pied Noir, imagine what he bases his decisions about your state and our country on. Scary what people can get for $14,000 in Washington, D.C.

Well, good luck. If you vote the scoundrel out, think of the possibilities that the new senator will not be as jaded.

Sumner Fuller,

Greenville, North Carolina

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