Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Don't Bother Me!

Congressmen want your input--until they don't.

The staff of Rep. Raul Labrador of Idaho got tired of the group of liberal seniors who routinely came by their congressman's office--probably to fight for their health care.

So staff member Scott  Carleton reported the group to the US Capitol Police.

The group, Lewis-Clarkston Valley Indivisible, is affiliated with national, which encourages town hall meetings with members of Congress.

The message? "Just vote for us--don't ask us to listen to you once we're in office."

Thank you to my friend Brenda for this tip from the

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