Well, we could start with a quick overview of some of Mr. Rogers' recent votes:
NO on Health care for poor kids.
NO on allowing lower-cost drug imports from Canada, Europe and Australia.
Moving right along, let's take a peek at some sources of Mr. Rogers' money:
According to OpenSecrets.org, the Number One source of Mr. Rogers's donations (21.8% ) is the health care industry, followed by finance/insurance/real estate (16.8%).
What else has Mr. Rogers been doing inside the Beltway? Oh, he voted
(Thanks to Pohlitics for this terrific post)
So much for supporting the troops. Then again, this is the same person who voted to cut veterans' health care by $13.5 billion over 5 years, and said no to extending health care benefits to active duty National Guard & Reservists and their families. Sorry, Mr. Rogers -- those heartwarming stories about the troops you've chatted with on your overseas trips aren't a substitute for responsible legislation.
Who does Mr. Rogers really work for? After a peek at his busy week in Washington, we know it ain't for us.