posted on Dec, 5 2019 @ 08:49 PM
a reply to: schuyler
Some have the restriction and some don't.
Upon more reflection here is the thing I keep getting hung up on: Bills are introduced to the House with names of Reps that are sponsoring/
presenting the Bill to be voted upon. Those Bills can impact people not in their district; why shouldn't they hear all viewpoints no matter what
district the constituent resides?
As I have already said- The Speaker of the House should absolutely be open to every US citizen who wants to rationally voice an opinion especially
when it comes to something so grave as an impeachment of a US President.
Just for fun I am throwing in Mitch McConnell, head of the Senate, contact info:
I welcome your thoughts and concerns and would like to encourage you to share them with me. To send your comments to me via email, simply use the
Due to the large volume of mail my office receives, please be advised that it may take up to 45 days to receive a response. For urgent matters, press
inquiries, and scheduling requests please call my office directly. If you are a Kentucky resident currently serving in the military or temporarily
residing outside the state, please use your home address.
I look forward to hearing from you!
-Senator Mitch McConnell"
Maybe slow but he allows comments.