Bunker Mulligan "Let us endeavor so to live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry." ~Mark Twain

May 4, 2005


Filed under: Government — Bunker @ 5:57 am

I got a response from my Congressman regarding my concerns about the FEC’s proposed rule on internet communication. As you can see, he’s on top of this issue:

Thank you for your continued correspondence regarding your Internet web log. I appreciate hearing from you.

I hope that your communication with the FEC finds a response to your liking. Freedom of speech is an important right to those that live in this nation. I can understand your concerns.

Once again, thank you for writing. Best wishes.


Solomon P. Ortiz

Member of Congress

At least there is an indication that someone actually read my letter, although they certainly didn’t understand it.


  1. Do you recognize your employees? Can you imagine working for a company that has a little more than 500 employees and has the following statistics:

    29 have been accused of spousal abuse

    7 have been arrested for fraud

    19 have been accused of writing bad checks

    117 have directly or indirectly bankrupted at least 2 businesses

    3 have done time for assault

    71 cannot get a credit card due to bad credit

    14 have been arrested on drug-related charges

    8 have been arrested for shoplifting

    21 are currently defendants in lawsuits

    84 have been arrested for drunk driving in the last year

    Can you guess which organization this is?

    Give up yet?

    It’s the 535 members of the United States Congress. These people supposedly work for us.

    The same group of Idiots that crank out hundreds of new laws each year designed to keep the rest of us in line.

    Comment by john — May 4, 2005 @ 7:03 am

  2. Right on Bunker! They just did a FABULOUS job grilling “major league football” at the hearings last week…what a bunch of nozzles.

    Comment by Jay — May 4, 2005 @ 12:46 pm

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