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bedwetter

bedwetter
 n.— «A member of Congress once told me that Representatives who consider changing their votes based on only a dozen or so phone calls from constituents are referred to as “bedwetters” by the other members of Congress.» —“Banking On Specter’s Lack of Principles” by Chris Bowers Open Left Apr. 29, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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