Monday, August 5, 2013

Mo Brooks sets town hall meetings to try and explain the GOP's sorry record to consitutuents in the 5th Congressional District

Mo Brooks Scottsboro

U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, speaks at a recent town hall meeting in Scottsboro. He will hold town hall meetings tonight in Hartselle and Tuesday in Killen. (Paul Gattis/

Brooks is scheduled to hold town hall meetings in Hartselle and Killen as well as make a speech to the Huntsville Rotary Club. Other activities include speaking at the Decatur City Schools New Teacher Breakfast and visiting Dyncorp International in Huntsville.
The Hartselle town hall meeting is tonight at 7 p.m. at Hartselle High School. The Killen town hall meeting is Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Killen Town Hall Building at 319 JC Mauldin Highway.
Good luck with that Congressman Brooks.
Two months ago, MSNBC’s Ari Melber tallied up all 183 bills the House Republican leadership put on the floor, and found only one had anything to do with creating jobs. And that was a bill to force the President to approve a single oil pipeline project that would create a few thousand jobs.
But then again, the people who elected Mo hate President Obama more than they need a job, so all Mo really has to do is tell them he's in Washington D.C  fighting tooth and nail to keep them from having access to the same quality affordable ObamaCare  he and his family have, keeping poor women for obtaining a safe, legal abortion,  keeping gay people from getting married, and doing everything short of shooting illegals  and he'll do fine.

Sweet Home Alabama, where the skies are blue and most of the people vote republican.


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