The Worst Websites In The Senate

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Hey, senators: 2002 is calling, and it wants its web designers back.

7. The Senate webpage of Dick “I Love Gradients” Durbin (D-IL):

The Senate webpage of Dick "I Love Gradients" Durbin (D-IL):

It’s kind of like you’re squinting, kind of like you’re blacking out.

6. Frank Lautenburg’s (D-NJ) webpage:

Frank Lautenburg's (D-NJ) webpage:

I mean, at 89 he honestly has all the excuses in the world. Ride it out, Senator!

5. John McCain’s (R-AZ) website/personal Tumblr:

John McCain's (R-AZ) website/personal Tumblr:

Dear Mr. McCain, you are the 24th-richest man in Congress, according to Roll Call, and arguably the most famous. This looks like a Tumblr. You can do better.

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McCain’s site here.

see the Rest of the List at  The 7 Most God-Awful Websites In The Senate.

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