On my show last Sunday, I talked about a number of GOP Congressmen that have been in office for a LONG time. My concern was and is this: How do you consider yourself a conservative and yet have a career of 20+ years in Washington, D.C.?
I went out the the Congressional website and found some interesting links.
Financial disclosure reports: http://clerk.house.gov/public_disc/financial.aspx
Here is my synopsis of the GOP seniority in the U.S. House of Representatives:
(Seniority List: http://clerk.house.gov/member_info/seniority-112.pdf)
Now, to put this in perspective, an 11-year term translates to 20+ years in Congress. A 21-year term translates to 40+ years in Congress. I’m sorry, but do you think something’s odd?
My concern is whether or not these GOP Congressmen have been profiting off their tenure in Washington, D.C. Maybe they’re truly representing their districts, in which case they should be applauded.
Call me cynical, however. How could a self-professed conservative pursue a 20+ year term in Congress? That just doesn’t compute with me. Does it for you?
Courtesy of ShePAC.
In a tribute to the fearlessness of the late Andrew Breitbart, Roderic Deane is emerging from the shadows to begin podcasting on Livestream from the Grizzly Coalition Network channel.
What is it about Andrew Breitbart that so intrigued us? Why was he able to transcend the politics of the day, yet be relevant to any conversation going on today?
Andrew was talking to a much higher purpose than, for example, the GOP nomination. He was focused on something larger that was more relevant to the conversation amongst conservatives than just an election.
What was it? I have my ideas and I will continue to delve into them.
What do you think?