January 21, 2009

'A day that I will remember the rest of my life'

Just got this note from Bruce Lydem, a union official and former City Council candidate who's in Washington this week:

As you know, yesterday was a big day of celebration here in D.C.  A day that I will remember the rest of my life.  To be a part of the more than one million people who watched our new president take the oath of office was overwhelming.
 
Today, however, there was a different mood as I visited  members of Congress and their staffs to discuss President Obama’s infrastructure Renewal plan.  Our delegation  and their staffs are already working with the new administration to jumpstart  America’s economy.  The proposed legislation, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Bill, is designed to create and save 3 to 4 million jobs.
 
Hopefully this proposed bill, which cuts taxes and increases spending on targeted investments, will put Bristol and America back to work.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

ATA BOY BRUCE YOU GOT MY VOTE

Cockayne Addict said...

Almost as great as November 2007, when Cockayne beat Lie-dumb for the office of city councilman.


GO COCKAYNE GO COCKAYNE GO COCKAYNE GO!

Anonymous said...

The sad thing is Lydem was probably one of the more classy people (which isn't saying much) in the crowd that attended this event.

Anonymous said...

Classy?!?!?!?

Are you kidding me? Mr. talking point never said a thing during his campaign. He was like the walking afscme press release. People saw through the suit and thankfully didn't elect him. If he got in we would never get rid of him. It would be like Colapietro Jr.

Anonymous said...

Lydem and Cockayne in 09 !!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Bruce is a class act,to bad he's a Dem.