Friday, February 6

You Can't Write Your Congress Anymore 

It's too dangerous, you see. Ricin, you see. Prevents communication.

"Some lawmakers are now questioning whether it will ever be safe again to open and read unsolicited letters from their constituents.

Despite the flood of e-mails, faxes and telephone calls that Congress receives daily, handwritten and typed letters are still the main way members of the House and Senate correspond with the people who elected them."

Yes, even though no one was hurt and no one became sick, maybe we should stop allowing mail to come to Congress. Those letters just annoy us, anyway.

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