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  • commented on The Pulse of our Congress 2016-06-18 23:50:56 -0400
    Great article. It seems that those whom we call represenatives are more interested in staying elected than representing. They hold on to party politics while forgetting the people who sent them there. Talking points have replaced talking for the people. We need to restore servant leadership and expect those who represent us to model it.

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