Miller mea culpa…you be the judge.

Does this sound acceptable to you? I'll let you be the judge.

One of the things I love about elected officials is how seriously they take their jobs.

I mean, where else can you effectively ignore your “boss” and not only do things that you were not empowered/authorized to do when you were “hired”, but when it comes to accounting for your actions, you blow off requests to explain yourself.

I can effective count on one hand (and still have fingers left over) politicians who get back to me in a timely manner after I write a letter or phone their office. Especially, after I specifically tell their staffer that I would like a response from them.

I’ll be realistic. I’m not expecting a call back within the next five minutes from them, although it would be nice, but the level of disrespectfulness from these “professionals” from their actions is appalling.

So what does this have to do with one Candy Miller?

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Not that many days ago, the newest session of Congress began.

You had things like photo ops, speeches, general housekeeping and other household chores like taking out the trash.

When the representation flipped in both chambers, it should have been fairly self-explanatory that voters wanted a change.

We were tired with the go-along-to-get-along philosophy that had taken hold in one chamber and wanted to see people standing up for the Conservative Principles they claimed to support while on the campaign trail.

On the top of the list was the brooming out of the man who effectively gave Pres. B.O. a free pass for one year; Speaker John Boehner during last December’s CRomnibus vote.

Things even got so intense with the emails, phone calls and face-to-face contact from voters urging elected officials to give him the boot that Rep. Boehner even threw a hissy-fit at the level it had risen to.

I’m not really going into new territory here, but I just wanted to share something that I receive last weekend, not from the good representative (or even her staff), but from Mrs. Jan deBeauclair and the Romeo Area Tea Party.

It seems that Rep. Miller did get around to sending out responses to the calls from voters wanting her to dump Boehner. I haven’t received mine yet…that makes me sad. Oh well.

Anyway, I’m attaching a copy of the message below for all to see.

Have you seen anything similar to correspondence from YOUR elected official?

Is it pretty much a boilerplate response just like this?

Feel free to add your comments below my post.

You Betcha! (10)Nuh Uh.(0)

  1 comment for “Miller mea culpa…you be the judge.

  1. Jason
    January 19, 2015 at 2:51 pm

    Here and Here.

    As for the "we did the vote a day after the election" shtick, How could ANY newly elected member be prepared. What an absurdity.

    You Betcha! (3)Nuh Uh.(0)

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