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And Dood said he wouldn't be a lobbyist... oopsie
At least Dodd's not lobbying for Goldmine Sucks or CitiGoop.
Guess he got used to livin' high on the hog. So now he's gonna have a salary of over a million dollars.
Wonder what any of those people would do if they ever had to actually perform manual labor? Or need government help during their old age....
His quitting now gave him a window of time to scoop up the largesse his lyalty to the cause has earned him before he has to strap on the saddle and carry Bammy around in the next campaign.
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What are the pros and cons of lobbyists?
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