Is the Government Out of Touch

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

This could be one of the reasons why people say the Government does not represent the people any more. Check out this screen cast below and see what happens when I try and write my representative an email.

Seems to be a problem there.

Have you tried this yet?

You can find out where to write here

This is funny/sad

*kyle

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Kyle Reed is a connector looking to connect with others. A 20 Something that is blogging his way through life and looking to connect through community. Also a team member of the 8BIT Network and brand evangelist. Find me on twitter: @kylelreed, lets chat.
  • http://rebeccannb.wordpress.com/ Becky

    wow

  • http://www.Nikomas.com/ Nikomas

    Obviously the government isn't that great with websites…except for the Obama Administration (http://www.BarackObama.com has a pretty good way to contact your representative site). But you should just use Todd Akin's website:

    https://forms.house.gov/akin/webforms/issue_sub

  • http://www.nathandcarrie.com/nathan/ Nathan

    LOL, brilliant.

  • jaycaruso

    Depending upon who your representative is, sometimes email is a waste of time. Really. If your rep was elected beyond the previous 7-8 years, you are still better off using snail mail or calling.

    In fact, even with the latest technology and those who employ it, you're still better off calling.

  • http://morethanuseless.com/ Tom

    I don't like talking politics, but to answer the question your title: yes.