I can certainly change my mind. But only if my Congressman calls me and explains what the hell he was thinking when he cast that vote.
Sound fair to you?
If he wants my vote, the least he can do is work for it. Otherwise, it's Mickey Mouse for this district in New Jersey.
posted on 12/10/2003 9:20:13 PM PST
by Alberta's Child
(Alberta -- the TRUE North strong and free.)
To: Alberta's Child
I think the sensible thing to do in my opinion is to write him and tell him you are disappointed in him, and certainly hope that he will make up for this by being serious about bringing the Federal Budget under control.
I think in Bush's second term, IF he will have a Republican Congress -- and it's up to us to help with that -- he will be enable to do much more in the areas of cutting spending and taxes.
So -- do you want to "cut off your nose to spite your face" or do you really want to have conservative reforms.
Look at the consequences of your actions, don't act in haste for a dubious momentary satisfaction, which will cause tremendous disaster later, such as getting a Dem Congress and maybe not get Bush reelected.
Just think of Dean or Hillary with a Dem Congress, if you don't like what Bush and the curent Congress is doing now.
The thing to do is to elect MORE Republicans, to counteract the Dems, NOT the other way around.
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