'Simple' man not needed

Lee Anderson keeps telling everyone to “send a simple man to Congress.”

But you know what? Simple can’t really survive in Washington. Simple can’t get the job done in Congress. Simple stays home.

How can a simple man possibly maneuver the intricacies of the U.S. Congress? How can he outwit bright congressmen? How will he be able to represent my interests if those interests will never be heard? Heck, I doubt if he will even spearhead any policy changes. After all, he only passed two pieces of legislation over the course of three years as a legislator in the Georgia House of Representatives.

Simply put, I’m not happy with Lee Anderson, and I can’t imagine many people who would be if he were elected to Congress.

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