Thursday, February 25, 2010

A Congress Unlike Washington?

Voters are letting people know that they want people in Washington who are not about Washington:

People like
Stephen Fincher are the kind of people Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson hoped would become involved with public life. Stephen Fincher didn't get into this to enrich himself and he probably could care less about making a name for himself. When you read in the papers that someone does not have a "traditional background," it usually means that their lives would pass for very ordinary to most of America.

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