Telephone lines were open for viewer comments. Mr. Pexton talked over the telephone about the National Journal's congressional vote… read more
Telephone lines were open for viewer comments.
Mr. Pexton talked over the telephone about the National Journal's congressional vote ratings for most-conservative and most-liberal members of the House and Senate in 2003. President Bush has been talking about Senator Kerry’s ratings in campaign events and in the debates. The results showed show that Senator Kerry was the most liberal senator in 2003, and Sen. Edwards was the fourth-most-liberal senator. Others have criticized the ratings system. close
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