You'd think his constituents would have the good sense to rebel and say that this is not acceptable. Instead, they appear to be thinking this is normal.
He's been on 'medical leave' since June.
Patch notes, "The congressman is seeking re-election despite a tumultuous year of federal investigations and time-spent at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota."
There ought to be a law against this nonsense and Jesse Junior should have been forced to explain what he was seeking treatment for months ago.
Grasp that an elected member of Congress has used 'health' to hide away since June and refused to explain what the 'health' crisis is.
In a functioning Democratic Party, Junior would have been eased out long ago.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):
Wednesday, October 31, 2012. Chaos and violence continue, kebabs are out, al Qaeda is back, corruption never left Iraq, nor did US troops (despite Beecroft's claims otherwise), we look at Benghazi, terror and more.
Save us all from the sexism. Last night, Ann, Marcia, Ava and I weighed in on a sexist get-out-the-vote ad and I would have hoped that lengthy piece could be it on the topic for a bit. But sexism never ends, instead it seems to roll in with the tide.
Yesterday's snapshot noted Nussaibah Younis' "Time to Get Tough on Iraq" (New York Times) which is an important column. And one of many important pieces of writing Nussaibah's contributed over the years -- such as at England's Guardian newspaper. But today Jacob Hornberger (Media With Conscience News) decides to 'tackle' the article in the way only certain men can -- by completely misunderstanding everything about the article and about Nussaibah. So when Hornberger writes of Nussaibah, "He wants the U.S. government to get tough . . ."?