Thursday, March 18, 2010

Get It Done

Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky, whose name has become synonymous with losing a congressional seat after a tough vote, has some strong words for wavering Democrats:

[The moral of my story is] that there are times in all our careers when we must ask ourselves why we're here. I decided that my desire for public service at that moment was greater than my desire to guarantee continued service. Yes, there are few jobs as rewarding (mostly) as being a member of Congress, and I was let down after I lost. But I believed then and now that being able to point to something tangible that changed our country for the better was a more powerful motivator than the possible electoral repercussions.

Let's hope they listen.

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