my god, this page took 1000 years to finish DX
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  1. Heather F.

    UUGH… I don’t know why it didn’t come up when it was supposed to, but here you go.

  2. Steve

    Well, it looks like he’s at the state house, and in committee. It’s a safe bet he’s a state representative or state senator, certainly elected. If he were a bureaucrat, hired for a position, he probably wouldn’t be sitting in on a committee like that. Or at least that’s what I figure.

    • reynard61

      Maybe he’s a senior staffer? (Oh, and it would be perfectly appropriate for a “bureaucrat” to sit in on a committee meeting if the committee is discussing something that’s within the bureaucrat’s realm of expertise or if said discussion will in some way affect the department/agency that they work for. Teh Gummint may work in mysterious ways to those not familiar with its ways, but it has lots of rules and protocols that must be followed by those who *are* familiar with it. [Spoken by someone whose mom has worked for The Government.]

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