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They can build a fortune for themselves which is commendable but they can't balance a budget?
These people were HIRED to RUN OUR COUNTRY....NOT RULE US or fill their greedy little hands and pockets with as much loot as they can grab.
Big Money and Power CORRUPTS easily.... Legal bribes in the form of Political Contributions ?!?! Garbage
Elected officials should LIVE NO BETTER than the poorest of the people...that would be a real eye opener......
RUN the country...DONT RULE us and all should take a DRUG test and a Polygraph test
It never ceases to amaze me how they call themselves public servants. With that kind of money they should not accept their $ 174,000 a year salaries. that should help balance the budget. Im a public servant and don't make anything close to what they make. they should all be ashamed of themselves.
all they do is serve themselves at the taxpayers expense. they should volunteer their time. As usual they didn't furlong themselves or stop paying themselves like the soldiers serving overseas getting shot at. pass this on.
This might not be the most disgusting thing I've heard, politically, in a long time, but...it's in the top two!
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