Our non-representative elected officials do nothing again.
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Elizabeth Dole says: "At this point, it's a matter of the process," Dole said. "We still need to get answers to the questions."
I ask: 'What questions are you not getting answers for, Ms. Dole?'
The state of North Carolina is overwhelmingly opposed to this OLF, what more do you need to know? Do you not represent us in Washington? Then pray tell, who is it that you're representing up there?
Inquiring minds demand to know.
Senator Burr says: Said Burr, "I don't think it's a member of Congress' role to tell the Navy where or where not to place something."
I would ask him: 'Then what exactly is your role? What do you think you were elected to do up there in Washington if not represent the people of North Carolina?'
Folks, it's time for a change. (Way past time if you ask me) These people are not representing 'we the people'. I urge you to call, write, and fax them and ask them straight out: Who is it that you're representing?
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