I reside and vote (for all the good it does me)in Texas where Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison and Sen. John Cornyn are my only two senators. In other words, as a common sense voter who believes truth in textbooks and history (a.k.a. realism over idiology), I am not represented in the U.S. Senate in this 111th Congress. I am very proud to be a native Texan, except when Hutchison and Cornyn open their mouths. Texas used to be a crimson red state. Now, it is purple in the face with embarrassment of the disingenuous, hypocritical ramblings of Rambo and Bimbo, who don't remember their own arguments in the 109th Congress. Oh, what a tangled web they weave, when they practice to deceive. Some of us, however, remember farther back than yesterday. I remember that in 2005 I went to a political rally protesting the Republicans ardent desire to get rid of the Senate's fillibuster. Cornyn and Hutchison were two of the loudest against it, then.Then, the 110th Congress, when Rambo and Bimbo were in the minority, used it more than 4 times more than any other session of Congress in the history of the United States of America.All those fillibusters were the reason that the 110th didn't get enough accomplished to satisfy voters... leading to a very low approval rating. Like David Schuster of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, MSNBC, says, "That's hypocracy, and it's wrong."Who will step up and be my Senator for real? Can I choose Franken?
Oops! Typo. I meant hypocrisy not hypocracy.I also meant "...as a common sense voter who believes in truth in textbooks and history (a.k.a. realism over idiology)..."