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Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) Says “Kiss Off”

I just received the following email from Virginia Senator Mark Warner’s office:

Responding to your message‏

Offline Office of Senator Mark Warner (donotreply@warner.senate.gov)

Tue 7/07/09 10:54 AM


Dear Mr. Eyster,

Recently, you and others contacted my office through a third party website to express your views on a matter of concern to you.  My staff and I appreciate your input.

If you have a matter that requires individual assistance, please contact my office at (202) 224-2023.  In the future, if you would like to contact me about a legislative matter, I encourage you to go to my website at http://www.warner.senate.gov. (my emphasis)

Again, thank you for taking the time to share your views and experiences with me.  As the 111th Congress moves forward, please continue to be in touch with your opinions and concerns.

United States Senator  

I hope, but seriously doubt, Senator Warner remembers that he works for the people of Virginia and that they pay his salary and the people of Virginia tell him what to do and not the other way around.

Senator Warner, are you listening!


July 7, 2009 - Posted by | Politics, Virginia


  1. The following response, also from Sen. Warner’s donotreply@warner.senate.gov email was received. It seems he has forgotten whom he was elected to represent in the US Senate.

    Dear Mr. Smith,

    Thank you for contacting me regarding the Employee Free Choice Act. I appreciate your thoughts on this important legislation.

    The Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate on March 11, 2009. I believe there is a need for reform in this area, and that EFCA should be debated and voted upon by the Senate. I intend to evaluate any prevailing proposal to ensure that it allows workers and employers to be adequately informed and that it ultimately provides a fair and level playing field to both management and labor.

    I intend to work with the labor and business communities on this issue to find ways to reach an appropriate balance and achieve the goal of ensuring that America and its workforce remain competitive in the global economy.

    Again, thank you for writing. As we move forward in the 111th Congress, please continue to be in touch with your opinions and concerns.

    United States Senator

    Comment by Steve | August 6, 2009 | Reply

    • Yes! As he (Sen. Warner) requested, I went to his website and responded to his email and havent heard back since. It seems that Sen. Warner not only has forgotten who he is supposed to represent but now has forgotten how to reply–that is at least to those constituents that don’t agree with him.


      Comment by aposematic | August 6, 2009 | Reply

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