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You Read Us! You Really Read Us!

John Hawkins has put together a list of Republican Congress-folks (technical term) who read blogs.

Each of the Membersgives a list of their favorites.

I'd like to take this time to say hey to the Honorables Marsha Blackburn, Mike Conaway, Jack Kingston, and Bob Ney. Thanks for reading, y'all.

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Bob Ney, by the way, has quite the lengthy list. If he's actually reading all those, he is serious about the blogosphere. A couple of the folks on the list also blog on their own-- Conaway, Kingston, Blackburn, and Pence that I know of.

If, as many have suggested, the right blogosphere is politically good for Republicans while the left blogosphere is a political loser for the Dems, this kind of engagement by Republican elected officials is a great sign.

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