Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
Yes, what Cortez is relating is “only in her own eyes as a socialist.” It is her smart-aleck attitude and her expensive clothes that give her away – a true-blue socialist. She might talk the talk but doesn’t walk the walk. She tries to give you the impression that she is poor – just another Obama fakery called socialism.
The Congress does not need to live all year in Washington, D.C. It doesn’t take 365 days to work the problems. Set an agenda and get the work done within a certain amount of days and you wouldn’t have “all of the payoffs and positioning.” Some states’ governments set a time table and they have to complete their work within so many days which cuts out all of this ragging and under the table bargaining. Then sometimes they are called back for a “special session.”
They need another real job while working as a Congress person.
They have too much free time on their hands and that is when they cause trouble – always manipulating.
From what is going on now – it is like a country-club-style life in D.C. They start the day with going to the gym, so much time for lunch and a lot of nonsense.
It is time for “term limits.” And, they don’t need to live full time in D.C. because they waste more time and produce more waste than any garbage pick-up can handle.
The truth is out, I have always thought that the Freshman Congressional members were lobotomized into how “Congress Works(?), now it is clear that there is an agenda that does not benefit the voters. Thank you MS. Cortez. MA
Carmin Chappell,CNBC Tue, Dec 11 3:40 PM CST
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the incoming freshman lawmaker from New York, has renewed longstanding debates on the financial challenges facing members of Congress and their staff.
In a series of pictures and videos on Instagram dubbed “Congress Camp,” she gave an inside look into new member orientation, from choosing an office to voting for House leadership.
Although her first day on the job is still weeks away, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is already pulling back the curtain on the inner workings of the Capitol.
The New York Democrat, along with other incoming freshman lawmakers, is trying to usher in a culture of openness that is enabled by…
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