Hi! I’m Randy Cunningham (my friends call me “Duck” :-). O.K., my real name’s Randall Harold Cunningham, but only my mother called me that. I’m a politician representing the 50th Congressional District for California [map] (That’s North San Diego County: Del Mar through Carlsbad, San Marcos, Escondido, Rancho Bernardo, Mira Mesa, Miramar, Claremont, southern La Jolla, and Padific Beach). Click on my face to hear a speech of mine on the House floor [ MP3; also OGG, MS WAV, Real Audio, AU, M3U, or audio].
In 2003, I voted for the “Can Spam Act," which legalizes spam and invalidates California’s tough anti-spam law before it could go into effect. The spammer lobbyists told me to vote for it, so I had to. I don’t care—they can’t spam me as my email address is secret!
I don’t really care if I hear from you anyway. Why should I care about what you think? Why should you tell me how *I* should do my job? I don’t tell *you* how to do yours do I? I thought so. Just trust me, OK? Still, wanna let me know what-a-ya think? Well, like they say on the back of trucks, just call 1-800-EAT-S***.
I don’t really believe in this Internet or web page s*** anyway (pardon my French). That’s why I voted for the Communications Decency Act (CDA) to restrict free speech. Free speech is O.K., unless I disagree with it, or it makes me feel uncomfortable, or it makes me think (that hurts you know; after all, I’m getting to be an old fossil these days). Sure, the courts declared the CDA unconstitutional. But wha-da they know? Speaking of free speech, I introduced a Constitutional Amendment to prohibit flag burning. After all, we should ony have free speech that’s pleasant and agreeable. (By the way, what’s this first amendment stuff about anyway?)
I don’t care what you think, but I know you’d like to hear me, so I gathered some of my favorite thoughts here.
Oh—I almost forgot. While you’re in the neighborhood, visit a website about my colleague, Brian Bilbray, who is keeping my seat in Congress warm while i'm in prison. Or visit his opponent's website, Nick Leibham (picknick08.com).
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