Rhetorically, invoking exclusivity enables a congressperson
to show their support for a tough and in-command President and to wrap that support in the vestments of law and founding wisdom.
If time is expressed in letters that even the Congresspersons
aren't quite sure of, then America will be able to codify its strategic time without the enemy knowing what in the world the government is talking about.
And, no, your Republican congressperson
cannot have this tax repealed.
Even if you are not involved with lobbyists, you still face some limitations in hosting a congressperson
So, for example, depending on what district, city/town, or state you live in, you are a constituent of a City Mayor or Town Supervisor, several City Council members, several County Legislators, one State Senator, one State Assemblyperson, one Congressperson
, two U.
Just read your editorial in the April '07 issue of Shooting Industry magazine and I can tell you're pretty POed about the legislation proposed by New York Congressperson
Carolyn McCarthy ("Congressional Gun-Ban Forces Fire First Round," Industry Watch).
Studds, who became the nation's first openly gay congressperson
after coming out on the floor of the House in 1983, died October 14 at Boston University Medical Center with his husband, Dean Hara, at his side.
In the absence of the pin, she says, the officer looked at her--she is black--and decided that she didn't look like a congressperson
I only wish that President Bush, his cronies, every congressperson
, and even the justices could live with the salaries and needs of the more than one-third of the population that lives at or below the poverty line for three to six months.
Similarly, a new congressperson
arrives at the "table" of Washington, D.
, who apparently forgot she had helped pass a volunteer-immunity act years before, claimed that relief volunteers were being deterred by liability fears.
Be on time rather than assume the congressperson
will be late for the appointment.