Some legislators have embraced the Interweb’s vast system of tubes more fully than others.
U.S. Rep. John Culberson, for one, has especially taken to Twitter, where he can keep constituents posted of his thoughts as they come to him, 24-7.
That’s why Culberson is worried that The Man (i.e. Congress, i.e., the body of government he works for) is going to crack down on how much legislators can use Twitter, because of some laws that are as complex as that aforementioned tube-system.
This means that his constituents would be left out of the loop and would miss out on some of his sage thoughts, like the ones we have collected for you here:
-- Craig Malisow
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