“If our military has to live in such a fashion, I think we congressmen should also.”
Andy Goss, one of four men seeking the Republican nomination for a Congressional seat in southeastern Arizona. Mr. Goss has said that if elected, he would first cut lawmakers’ pay 40% to $104,400. Then the former Army interrogator (who served in Iraq) will use the savings to build a Capitol Hill barracks where all 535 senators and representatives will be required to live.

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