Yeah, sure..... ;)
I have a small problem with this. The "conscience" is often their ideology, damn the constituents. Representatives should represent the interests of their constituents and the best interests of the country. That may mean voting contrary to their ideology or party demands."I talked to Congressman Artur Davis today to assure him of my abiding admiration of him as a leader who is engaged in a huge challenge," Jackson said in the statement, obtained by The Hill through a congressional source. "I offer no challenge to his integrity as a leader. Representatives should all vote their conscience in the interest of their constituency."
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