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Joey1973

@verizon.net

Mouthpiece for his clients?

...must be a lawyer.

nasadude

join:2001-10-05
Rockville, MD
no, a former congressman. just shows that money trumps all, especially with that kind of creature.


Joey1973

@verizon.net
And, if you'd checked, also a lawyer (as are most Congressmen/women). Which means: it's not the truth that matters, only what your client says is true.


tshirt
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join:2004-07-11
Snohomish, WA
kudos:5
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reply to nasadude
Actually he's both. Not all that unusual in the house or senate to at least have studied law, have a degree or be a member of the bar practicing or not. Even those who came from the business world usually have more than basic business law on their resume, not a bad thing for those intending to write laws, or at least understand their consequences, intended or not... unfortunately common sense and judgment is lacking or quickly forgotten by some.


WHT

join:2010-03-26
Rosston, TX
kudos:5
reply to Joey1973
A lawyer will tell you there are one hundred ways to tell the truth.

Telco

join:2008-12-19
reply to nasadude
He's from the most rural backwards part of the state, so it says it all. Today, that region is through and through Republicuuuuun.

Relying on anyone from there to discuss technology is like relying on a 3rd world country to discuss quality of life.