Monday, August 27, 2007

Walberg Is "Too Busy" For Us

Last week, the Jackson Citizen Patriot had a story about Congressman Tim Walberg's new blog:

Anonymous bloggers aren't the only ones writing about the legislative work of U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg.

Walberg recently launched a Web journal on his official Congressional Web site,

Walberg has written two of the 10 articles since the site launched Aug. 9. The rest were from his press office.

But what about those of us that've been blogging about Walberg before August 9th?

Since taking office in January, Walberg's activities have been tracked by anonymous bloggers at a Web site called "Walberg Watch."

[Walberg chief of staff Joe] Wicks said Walberg, R-Tipton, is too busy to pay attention to the blog, at

Too busy? Bummer. But I suppose life goes on...

It's interesting, though, that Congressman Walberg is too busy for this blog, but he spends plenty of time writing for the website, blogging for The Hill (here, here, here, here, and here) and reaching out to conservative bloggers. But then, once you throw in his Congressional Prayer Caucus, I'm surprised he even has time to vote on legislation! He's obviously a very busy man.

So, Congressman Walberg, if you're reading this (which you apparently aren't), I understand. But if you ever do stop by, we'd love to ask you a few questions.

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Whenever Timmy's office says he's too busy to pay attention to the walbergwatch blog , you can be sure Wicks pays attention to the walbergwatch blog. They couldn't dare own up to it.

But of course, you and everyone on this blog knows this.
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