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Monday, April 29, 2013

Update#2! Rep. Mo Brooks to hold town hall meeting at Alabama A&M University?

Mo Brooks Scottsboro


al.com
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, will hold a town hall meeting Monday at Alabama A&M University.
The meeting will be at 3 p.m. in the auditorium of the Arthur J. Bond (engineering) Building. The meeting is open to the public.
Brooks will be discussing issues of concern for north Alabama and will also discuss the latest news in Washington. Brooks will take questions from the audience.
Refreshments will also be served.
Now isn't that special?  In the middle of his second term in office Rep. Mo (President Obama is a Socialist in Denial) Brooks will grace his African American constituents with a town hall meeting at 3:00 in the afternoon on a work day, and he's serving refreshments to boot!   Psst Mo, I wouldn't serve fried chicken and watermelon if I were you.

Update!  According to Radio Boy "they requested it!"  Who knew?



Hmmm...Who is "they" and what did "they request" exactly? 

The plot thickens, according to Radio Boy there would be no town hall meeting at Alabama A&M if "they" had not requested it.
 

 
Note  Previous town hall meetings were held in the evenings, or on Saturday's  to accommodate working people, and none have advertised the serving of refreshments.

"The town hall is a question and answer session where District 5 residents can ask questions about legislation and federal issues that are important to them," Brooks said. "The discussion is driven by what folks are interested in talking about, so I hope that a lot of people will come out to this town hall."
I have a few question for Congressman Mo Brooks(r.Tea Party).

 Psst Mo,  I hope that a lot of people will come out to this town hall too, but I doubt it, because 3:00 PM is not a good time for District 5 residents who work even if you are serving refreshments.

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