The letter from Gy Moody on Monday, Sept. 17, reminded me of a similar experience my wife had with Rep. Denny Rehberg.
We were boarding a plane in Billings and noticed Rehberg had boarded ahead of us. My wife decided she would stop to express her opinion to Rehberg and ask for his support of an important issue. We boarded the plane, and while going through the first-class section where Rehberg was seated, (flying first class, while he sleeps on the couch in his office — interesting), my wife stopped to talk to Rehberg. She was not even complete requesting his support of the issue when he interrupted her with an argument for the opposing view.
It was really appalling that the representative could not even kindly listen to an opinion from one of his constituents without arguing. This is really telling as to why our current Congress is unable to come together and find solutions to the problems that face all of us.
I have met Jon Tester, and he is interested in his constituents' opinion. Please consider this when you vote in November.