What Congress' longest-serving member really thinks about Congress

The man who ostensibly knows much of Congress' secrets isn't stepping down quietly. Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., will announce Monday afternoon he won't seek re-election after almost 60 years serving in the House.In June 2013 he passed the late Sen. Robert Byrd's record for most consecutive days as a member of Congress.The 87-year-old Dingell told The Detroit News his doctor would have cleared him to run for another two-year term, but his disdain for Congress was what convinced him it ...

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