Dear Rob ,
Congressional Quarterly, a publication that follows Congress and examines legislation, recently came out with its party unity scores for 2009. As has been the case in previous studies, I was named as the second-most independent Member of Congress in either the House or the Senate.
Though this is only a ranking, it says a lot about my role as your representative (How true, it says nothing about your un-conservative and unconstitutional votes Bobby.) My commitment is not to any political party or special interest (not true Bobby, you believe in special tax breaks for your cronies, instead of general tax breaks for everyone); it is to you and the nearly 700,000 people in the Second District of Alabama. Your concerns and views are of the utmost importance, and that will not change. I am proud of my independent record in 2009, and look forward to continuing to represent your interests in 2010 (how do you claim to represent us if you will not meet us face to face, you are such a opportunist and coward. The Constitution represents our interests, if you aren't keeping your oath, you can't claim to be representing us.).
As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call our offices at the numbers below. It is my great pleasure to serve you and the entire Second District of Alabama.
Congressman Bobby Bright