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05/07/2010

Sen. Gillibrand: 'Respectfully disagrees' with disrespectful waiting game

by Jeremy Hooper

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[Sen. Gillibrand]

Most important part of this email? The mention of the Senator "privately and publicly" urging of her colleagues. Because we can write, lobby, advocate, subject ourselves to arrest, and play with our G.I. Joe voodoo dolls all we want. But we need our would-be, could-be friends and allies in high office to TAKE SOME INITIATIVE, or we get nowhere. And not just words, but real action.

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