by Worthington Daily Globe
October 31, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Worthington Daily Globe
During the House of Representatives discussion on the Obama Health Care bill, I called Tim Walz’s office. Continue Reading
Tags: letters, Opinion, Politics, quist, Walz 8 Comments »
I called Walz’s office too at the time of voting on Obamacare. They said the same thing. Of couse they are just Pelosi’s little puppet who said that we will pass the bill and read it later. It seems thats what the Democrats do – just follow what their leader says. It’s time to send Walz back to Waseca.
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Do we have to send him back to Waseca? Last I heard, he lives in Mankato!
By the way,are you saying that Republican Congressmen DON”T vote “in lockstep” with John Boehner and Eric Cantor, et al? If you think that, you are clearly not paying attention. Take the blinders off.
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My goodness eastender. You certainly are in the attack mode lately. Election looking like it’s not going to go your way this time?
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I’m not worried, ellamay. I pointed out that loua was wrong. I also asked a simple question. Do you want to try to answer it? You can take YOUR blinders off, too.
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Listening to Minnesota public radio on the way to the blue line for crow tends to make one irritable.
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How WAS your lunch?
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Don’t forget a vote for Walz is another step towards putting Pelosi back in power. I saw the Pres Obama froze the salaries of Federal Gov’t employees, but I was curious to see if that included members of congress. Much to my non-surprise it did not. I called Rep. Walz office and was told that the Congressman is working hard for all of his constituents. I then asked if Congress were Federal Gov’t employee’s, and I was told they were, but it is harder to freeze their salaries than it is for the regular employee. Then I was told to have a good day, and that Rep. Walz appreciated my concern. So that once again proves the Rep. Walz has no problem with two sets of rules: one for himself and another for everybody else.
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There’s no way that the Democrats will regain control of the House in this election, so relax.
I find it fascinating that so many people spew out Ms. Pelosi’s name like it was poison, but totally neglect the complete incompetency of the CURRENT House Speaker Boehner. You cannot deny that he has “led” the Congress to an historically low approval rating. Why not ask Boehner why he didn’t push the President to freeze Congressional salaries? I’m betting he was silent on the issue.
I laugh every time I see one of these idiot political candidates — Noem in SD, Bachmann in MN, to name just two — who run attack ads showing their opponents standing next to Ms. Pelosi! Guilt by association? Neither gentleman has even served in Congress. Varilek and Graves have probably never even met her, much less stood next to her. Shameful and dishonest, but unfortunately the “low information voter” buys it. Give us all a break.
Ms. Pelosi is NOT a threat to your livelihood. She’s not pulling the majority strings. You have a problem with how Congress is operating? The threat doesn’t come from Walz or Pelosi. Place the blame where it belongs.
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