Dear Madam Yang,
I've worked for a prominent politician for several years.
While I don't want to say who he is, I will say I've begun to lose faith in him.
When I started working for him, he actually seemed like he could make a difference in Washington.
Now I worry that he only cares about kickbacks and taking huge risks to pursue torrid affairs.
His voting record is a mirror reflection of his corporate contributions.
Is there anything left of the man I once believed in enough to work day and night and spend five months sleeping on a campaign bus?
Distraught in D.C.
A dog is a dog is a dog.
Just because you used to fall for a guy's sweet-talking doesn't mean you have to keep falling for the same old song and dance.
While I'm sure you once believed in his moral fiber LOOK AT HOW SHARP HE LOOKS IN THAT SUIT WHEN WE GET ON THE BUS I'M GONNA SUCK THAT OLD-MONEY DICKtate your actions in the future.
Furthermore, if you care about your career in politics HE DOESN'T EVEN CALL ANYMORE I'LL FUCK HIM AGAIN AND GET HIM TO GET ME PREGNANT THEN THEY'LL ALL CALL ME MRS. DUMBLEBAUM and let him end up the Capital Hill floozie he deserves.