Wynn to leave Congress in June -- Career and Workplace, Mississ...
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#1 Mar 28, 2008
Once again the revolving door between politicians and lobbying firms snares another one. This just proves that politicans are neither intelligent enough nor skilled enough to makie a living away from the public trough. The American people as so ill-derved by the modern politican and the self-substaining corruption that fuels DC. That he leaves early so he can start his lucrative 2nd career and hopefully stick Marylanders with the 2 million cost of a special election doesn't worry him in the least. Term limits and strong regulations against lobbying are the only things that will start to turn this around.
#3 Mar 28, 2008
So, Voltaire ... was there a point to your completely irrelevant rant? I mean, beyond proving your bigotry and ignorance. Does this have anything to do with the Wynn story?
#4 Mar 28, 2008
We go from being a public leech, to being a legal briber! Wow only in America!
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