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Politicians forget about constituents back home

7:28 PM, Dec. 20, 2012  |  Comments
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For many years I refused to believe my vote didn't matter. I now believe, not only does my vote not matter, but neither does anyone else's.

When a politician is voted in, especially in our federal government, he or she quickly becomes a pawn to their party's hierarchy, or slaves to their own greed.

When I read the article in the Dec. 9 Green Bay Press-Gazette, "Wisconsin GOP wavers on no-tax pledge," I had to laugh.

The people of Northeastern Wisconsin sent someone who would stop the out-of-control spending and out-of-touch policies of his predecessor in Congress.

When he got there, he forgot about us. He has fit very nicely into the cesspool we call Washington, D.C.

Robert Torrez

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