Apr 22, 2006

Thank you for contacting your Congressional Representative. Kindly fuck off.

I used to work as an email customer service representative. Numerous people would write to our software company with questions and/or complaints about our products. Many times have I been tempted to write back what exactly I thought of them and their asinine message, but as the good little employee I was I typed words of empathy to the often cerebal impaired.

But oh do I wish I would have that one chance to say what ever I desired. "I'm sorry mam that your internet browser is functioning improperly. It's probably due to the fact that your husband secretly downloads gay porn and consequently infected the system with numerous spyware and viruses. I know you blame us for the error, but really it's the fact that your pig fucking husband would rather see images of male genitalia than look at your old, frigid self. Your lack of attention to proper grammar leads me to assume you are a mindless bitch who loves to abuse customer service representatives with emails that contain foul language, cause you of course are never the problem and the world does in fact owe you a living. It's always somebody else's fault that you haven't changed the oil in your car since the Clinton administration, or the fact that your 17 year old has had carnal knowledge of the entire local college wrestling squad, or the fact that your husband likes viewing man loving on your computer. Please accept my apologies for the bleak life you must lead. Your email leads me to believe that you're on the brink of suicide and I do suggest that you put your whole head in front of the shotgun. Thank you for contacting Erik."

I would probably get fired, if not arrested, for penning such an email. A Congresswoman's staffer though decided to use a rather insulting closing in a letter to a local constituent. In the closing of the letter he writes, "I am honored to serve as your Representative in the U.S. Congress. I think you're an asshole."

Jo Ann Emerson (R-Mo) promises to get to the bottom of this and is highly embarrassedsed about the incident. I for one salute the staff member for having the courage to tell someone what they really thought, diplomacy be damned. We need more honesty in politics.

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