Cybersecurity Act of 2012: A distinction without a difference

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    1. Also disturbing is the amount of money our elected representatives get paid to vote for or against these bills. Interested readers can see lists of the bill’s supporters and opponents, as well as how much they’ve paid to members of Congress, here.

      I see my senator, Michael Bennet, has received more than $1 million to oppose this bill (more than twice as much as anyone else)!! That’s disgusting! Sure I want him to oppose it, but whatever happened to opposing it just on general principles? I suppose he thinks if they want to pay him to do what he was going to do anyway, that’s just gravy. Phew!! Washington stinks!!

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