I have contacted your office by phone call, text, email, and fax. And although your staff have been considerate, I have not received a response from you. And I fail to understand your continued support for this tax reform legislation. The only thing with regard to this bill that seems of any value to me and my friends and family is the label of "tax reform." I agree that our nation desperately needs such a thing. But this bill does not do the job. It is a boondoggle for the very rich, and at the expense of everybody else-- an overwhelming majority of people that you purport to represent.
I cannot justify supporting this bill. I have not met someone in my community who can justify supporting this bill. How can you? I want to hear your words. Please carefully explain to me your justification for supporting this bill.
How much do you stand to benefit from the passage of this package? I can tell you that I do not feel represented by you. You are failing me and my family and friends. Does that matter to you?
You have a job to do, and so do I. I'm interested to hear your rationale. And you must make your vote as you see fit. But do not forget, Mr. Denham, for whom you are voting. As there will soon be a time for me to vote as well.