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Congressman X

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Says this Democratic current or former congressman dropsca bombshell.  But it's really just more confirmation of what is already known. 

http://nypost.com/2016/05/13/were-running-a-f-ing-casino-politician-tells-all-in-manifesto/

anonymous congressman has dropped a bombshell election-year book that confirms why Americans hate their national government and have rallied to anti-establishment presidential candidates like Donald Trump.

The veteran politician lays bare a rotten and corrupt Congress enslaved by lobbyists and interested only in re-election in an anonymous, 65-page manifesto called “The Confessions of Congressman X.”

“Like most of my colleagues, I promise my constituents a lot of stuff I can never deliver,” he admits. “But what the hell? It makes them happy hearing it . . . My main job is to keep my job.”

The House member — a Democrat who is either still in Congress or served sometime over the past two decades — says more time is spent fundraising than reading bills and calls Washington a “sinkhole of leeches.”

The title of one chapter sums up his view of congressional leaders: “Harry Reid’s a Pompous Ass,” he says of the Senate Democratic leader.

The book, published by the small Mill City Press, is based on years of transcribed private discussions, which the congressman last November gave editor Robert Atkinson.

Atkinson declined to say whether Congressman X is a current or former House member.

X says the cloak of anonymity gave him the freedom to expose ­secrets, including how the public’s money is wasted.

“We spend money we don’t have and blithely mortgage the future with a wink and a nod. Screw the next generation. It’s about getting credit now, lookin’ good for the upcoming election,” he says.

He said he and his colleagues often lie to try to be all things to all people instead of tackling the nation’s problems.

“I contradict myself all the time, but few people notice,” X says. “One minute I rail against excessive spending and ballooning debt. The next minute I’m demanding more spending on education, health care, unemployment benefits, conservation projects, yadda, yadda, yadda.”

Voters are described as gullible, know-nothing jerks, while the only people who count are the big donors who pour billions of dollars into lobbying.

“Voters are incredibly ignorant. It’s far easier than you think to manipulate a nation of naive, self-absorbed sheep who crave instant gratification . . .,” vents Congressman X.

He says money “corrupts” and House members are “puppets” to lobbyists who bankroll their campaigns.

‘America’s on an irreversible decline and no one in Washington seems to care . . . God help us.’ (cont'd)

That’s the beauty of the system?

 

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I read a little review on this book last night and I pray if wakes people up. I mean they guy or lady come right out and says that they don't read bills they vote the party and that their only job is to get re elected. I mean come one every one in DC needs to be arrested for treason starting with the current D bag in chief. 

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3 hours ago, Groove said:

I read a little review on this book last night and I pray if wakes people up. I mean they guy or lady come right out and says that they don't read bills they vote the party and that their only job is to get re elected. I mean come one every one in DC needs to be arrested for treason starting with the current D bag in chief. 

Remember the movie "The Distinguished Gentleman" with Eddie Murphy? I swear it's a documentary.

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Can I dl this to my Kindle? Definitely going to give that a read. 

I love this part:

"The House member — a Democrat who is either still in Congress or served sometime over the past two decades — says more time is spent fundraising than reading bills and calls Washington a “sinkhole of leeches.”

:cheer:

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It's only in paperback for pre-order at Amazon. 

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3 hours ago, Groove said:
8 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

It's only in paperback for pre-order at Amazon. 

Too bad.

 

12 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Can I dl this to my Kindle? Definitely going to give that a read. 

I love this part:

"The House member — a Democrat who is either still in Congress or served sometime over the past two decades — says more time is spent fundraising than reading bills and calls Washington a “sinkhole of leeches.”

:cheer:

Yep, it's all about the game and how you play it.  Democrats and Republicans are on the same team, they just pretend for the sake of votes. 

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1 minute ago, octopus prime said:

Yep, it's all about the game and how you play it.  Democrats and Republicans are on the same team, they just pretend for the sake of votes. 

I think it goes even deeper, I am really starting to believe that the leaders of all countries are in on it and are playing a huge game of chess with us as their pawns.  :damned:

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Just now, Cinnamon said:

 

I think it goes even deeper, I am really starting to believe that the leaders of all countries are in on it and are playing a huge game of chess with us as their pawns.  :damned:

Of course they are.  They have a schedule to follow and roles to play. :conspiracy:

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Just now, octopus prime said:

Of course they are.  They have a schedule to follow and roles to play. :conspiracy:

Have you ever just looked at them and turned off the sound of vids where there are CONgress people (regardless of which country) having a session?  The shape of the rooms, how they are positioned, the decor and symbolism represents uniformity in a place where they pretend to argue for the people's best interests.  I don't know what I'm trying to get across, I guess it's just that they seem almost inhuman or something. 

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I would like to know how did this get published and remain anonymous .

The book, published by the small Mill City Press, is based on years of transcribed private discussions, which the congressman last November gave editor Robert Atkinson.

One would think that Robert Atkinson would be waterboarded for the identity of the author . 

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Totally trolled the internet.  This book was not written by any congressman.  It has been debunked.  It was written by E.A. Blayre III and based on his character from "America Deceived III".  The language is even the same as well as the character.  Total FAIL.

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19 minutes ago, Jeff from Mars said:

Totally trolled the internet.  This book was not written by any congressman.  It has been debunked.  It was written by E.A. Blayre III and based on his character from "America Deceived III".  The language is even the same as well as the character.  Total FAIL.

Can you provide some more info? Anytime something is faked and needs debunking, we're here to help. lol I'd think it would be hard to really make much of a comparison since the book hasn't even been released yet. 

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