Not that Mr. Kissell seems to care, but for those on his staff who track such things, many people throughout the state who worked for him are more than a little pissed. I'm talking about those who contributed to his campaign, who held fundraisers on his behalf, who knocked on doors, who made phone calls, who called in favors to help finance his election bid. People who listened to his happy talk and bought it hook, line and sinker.
As the debate on health care continues, Kissell will have another chance to do the right thing for the people of his district and for the people of this nation. In the meantime, I'll be posting some of the many emails and messages I receive ... all from people who stepped up when asked to help. Here's one from a long-time friend who rues the day I introduced him to Larry.
As of last night not a single person I know had heard back related to his health care vote or anything else for that matter. It is one thing to make a vote that one national analyst described as the second most confusing vote against the bill. It is another to not have the common courtesy to at least explain that vote to people who have given his campaign money in the past. We all recognize that he has already shot himself in the foot with his vote. Is he looking to take off other body parts as well?