Your colleagues expect you to be out there in front touting all the good work the Republican caucus has accomplished, things like turning a woman's final moments into a circus, working closely with lobbyists to bring free-market principles to the legislative process, and ensuring that trivial matters like the rebuilding of hurricane-ravaged cities don't get in the way of the important work of passing laws against flag burning.
Unfortunately, you are also in the midst of a re-election campaign, and the public is more likely to view your party's accomplishments as evidence that you're corrupt and insane than to see them as reasons for sending you back to Washington.
Friday, July 28, 2006
Jesus' General has sent a supportive letter to the chair of the National Republican Congressional Committee. Here is an excerpt: