05 August 2011

John Boehner Rights Back

Last month (July 20th) I sent an email to Speaker of the House John Boehner.  I got a response today, which is actually rather fast for DC but totally not related to the subject at hand.

Here is the link to my post about the issue, which was about Congressman Allen West's rude email to Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. I wrote the following to John Boehner:
Please make a point to your congresspeople that some form of decorum needs to be maintained while they work so hard to destroy our country.
Here is Congressman Boehner's response to my statement:

From: Speaker John Boehner [mailto:SpeakerBoehner@mail.house.gov]
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2011 11:58 AM
To: Ms. Tessa Marquis
Subject: A message from the Speaker

August 5, 2011

Dear Ms. Marquis:

Thank you for taking the time to contact me. It's good to hear from you.
Your ideas, comments, and questions help make possible my goal of leading a House of Representatives that listens and reflects the will of the American people. That's why I'd like to ask you to keep speaking out by:
     • Visiting Speaker.gov to sign up for email updates on issues that concern you;
     • Offering your solutions and engaging other Americans on the
              challenges facing our country at AmericaSpeakingOut.com;
     • Joining the conversation on Facebook.com/OfficeofSpeakerBoehner/; and
     • Connecting with my office on Twitter.com/SpeakerBoehner/.

I made a Pledge to America to focus on removing government barriers to private-sector job creation and economic growth - that includes cutting spending to help end the uncertainty facing job creators; repealing the job-crushing health care law and replacing it with common sense reforms that lower costs; reining in excessive regulations; and promoting an American Energy Initiative that increases energy production to create jobs and lower energy prices. I also pledged to lead an effort to reform Congress and rebuild the bonds of trust between the American people and their representatives in Washington. I hope you'll stay engaged and keep me updated on your thoughts as we work to keep this pledge.

Thank you again for contacting me and please stay in touch.


John Boehner
Speaker of the House

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