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  • cynschmit added a comment

    In Oklahoma as a progressive, I am not represented. Nor are my views or opinions by my legislators.

    August 06, 2012 1:31 PM Comments (1)
    • fearlessbeerless 11/30/2012 6:04pm
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      Yeah…me too, cyn….I am 2 days old new here to this site, and am GLAD to find SOME things are appearing to work on the site 8)….I came here 20 minutes ago mad as hell and ready to suggest sooo very respectfully suggest of the distinguished public servants allowed to vote in congress and, obviously also allowed to stand in the way of progress and duty to serve the public good. Their role as leaders is a sham, and I’m going to let them know that their filibusters and judgments opposed to science, and appropriation bills that design to fail domestic public services and ethics oversight do not impress me.