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Come back private groups spending nearly six million dollars last year.
Six million to send members of congress on trips around the world -- -- that -- that is the most.
By the way since 2007 when congress tightened restrictions to curb the influence of lobbyists -- power panel is back -- rally KT McFarland.
And Mercedes -- anxious to get around to that break and -- say that say.
They're dirty and I don't think we're -- congress exempts itself from all these ethics legislation.
They make everybody else about back before sick or even things like the Civil Rights Act the Americans with disabilities act was -- didn't they don't have to play either the 8000.
Why why isn't executive branch and I was at the -- when I got married I have to list my wedding presents for -- some lobbyist who's going to be bribing me.
You know if you try to take somebody from the administration out -- months.
Anybody from the executive or judicial branch you have to report that they won't let you buy a cup of coffee and here you've -- congressman and their stand -- you need your money legally.
That's three lawmakers who traveled the most last year and the -- spent was in excess of 45000.
Represented Jim Cooper Democrat from Tennessee George Miller Democrat California that Wimbledon Republican Colorado -- crosses party lines.
Congress has earned their low approval definitely -- -- I think.
15100 trips in 2011 as you mentioned six million dollars and the senate Democrats can't pass a budget -- -- a 1005 days now.
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Should be the criticism to the companies that are thwarting these trips it's really -- beach police from -- Think should be -- hoping to -- say simply no.
No thank you.
I'll tell him -- it doesn't want him in the end it's -- -- -- -- amendment to say that there's.
Has to basically play by all the same rules the government I don't think any insider trading.
They had access to eat that's it and bring -- it's a shame that we have to actually put that -- -- -- --
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