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Topic - Dennis Moore
Four years ago, Dennis Moore retired from the House of Representatives, discouraged by relentless partisan bickering.
"I do solemnly swear that I will ... faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God." Like millions of other Americans, I watched our elected leaders with growing frustration as they willfully ignored "We the People" and brazenly rammed through their government takeover of the world's finest health care system. Now, I confess that I may take this a little too personally. After all, I'm not only a practicing physician, but I am President Obama's cousin.
Like millions of other Americans, I have watched with a mix of bafflement and frustration as Congress has wrestled with
If you want a reason as to why the financial bailout bill failed Monday, look no further than the upcoming elections:
Moore said he takes medication and exercises daily.
"I had become concerned when I noticed I was having some difficulty remembering random events and difficulty managing our household finances," Moore said. "Since then, I have learned coping skills but still recognize the issue I have with my short-term memory loss."