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Sens. sold out constituents to U.N.

This unbelievable story concerns our two New York U.S. senators in Washington, D.C. On March 5, 2009, a meeting took place in the Senate. The topic being discussed was “Should you and your constituents have to pay taxes to the U.N.?”

When the vote was over, 51 senators voted yes, against the wishes of their constituents. Both Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand voted yes. The media in Washington did not think this betrayal was newsworthy. It was all hush-hush.

I wrote to both senators. They decided to ignore my mail. Now, you all have the final word come Nov. 2. They have let us all down. Please show them the exit door. Nobody is above the law.

James O’Neill

Middle Village

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