Holding politicians accountable

I’m sure Congressman Gresham Barrett didn’t expect this kind of reception last week…

Maybe Representative Barrett shouldn’t have voted for the TARP bill and then say,
The tyranny of excess debt must end, the gluttony of reckless spending must be stopped. And above all– taxation without hesitation must be examined, exposed, and extinguished.

You can’t say that you will end reckless spending and then vote for bailouts— your conservative crowd WILL CALL YOU OUT on it.

And especially laughable, “I have devoted my life to the conservative cause.


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