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Wednesday, 28 December 2011


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I use Senator when speaking in particular about Senator Wyden.

I purposely used the term congressman in the title and in the article because both Houses of Congress are working on legislation (SOPA/PIPA) and they are both worrisome. I do want everyone to contact his (her) congressmen (women) in both Houses to consider his thoughtful statement and oppose both bills.

Hope this helps, and thank you for your comment. Would you please clone some of your independent-minded and hi-tech educated community and send them to states where they still talk about the "interweb"?

Please, call him a Senator in your headline. Congressman is so often used to refer to members of the House, the lower legislative body. Wyden is *my* Senator from the independent-minded state of Oregon. The state hi-technology community schooled him early on.

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