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Monday, December 5, 2011


Colorado Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, who has taken on the unpopularity of Congress as something of a pet cause, said this morning on MSNBC’s “Daily Rundown” that “for the last year or so this town has effectively come the land of flickering lights, where the standard for success is somehow you kept the lights on for the month where the rest of the world isn’t waiting for us to figure out how we’re going to meaningfully participate in the 21st century economy.”
Bennet has also taken to the Senate floor to make his case — and he brought charts! 

Do you think they've noticed that the people they are there working for (well, supposed to be there working for) don't like them, don't approve of them, and don't think they job they are doing is even good enough to be called lousy? 

1 comment:

  1. It's one thing to be popular if you are actually accomplishing something, but to be so unpopular and so completely useless...

    While I didn't vote for him (incumbent, doncha know) I think we could have done much worse, especially given his party.