Albert Sims (albert71292) wrote,
Albert Sims

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About a month or so ago, I emailed the local congressman and the two senators of the state about the license fees concerning internet radio. I received an email reply from the doofus congressman John Cooksey, who was in favor of the license fees. I received a letter in the mail a couple weeks later from Senator John Breaux, who said he thought the music industry needed to be compensated, but he thought the fees that were proposed were far too high.
Today, in the mailbox, I find a letter from Senator Mary Landrieu, that started off like this:

Dear Mr. Sims:
Thank you for contacting me to express your views on the issue of human cloning. I am pleased to join Senator Brownback in sponsoring legislation that would ban human cloning while paving the the way for ground-breaking and promising research on cures for diseases such as Parkinson's disease, diabetes, Alzheimers, and cancer.

How could she possibly confuse internet radio license fees with human cloning?? I could care less about human cloning! Oh...I forgot...she's a blonde!
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