BS: Well that is interesting, because it doesn't change much. These Republicans who have been elected are by and large, and this is awful hard to put in the record. By and large, they're a step above a lot of the Democrats that I served with. It's hard for me to criticize them as Republicans because I know that really, they function just as well if not better than a lot of those Democrats who I served with, who I really didn't like, and some of whom I despised. They belonged, lock, well, body and soul, to the worst kind of lobby: I mean, the chemical industry, the Texas Chemical Association, and the oil and gas industry - all of those folks who oppose all environmental advances and want to pollute everything and want to own everything, or destroy what they can't own. Really, the folks I served with, I fought about for twenty-five years. I mean there was never a time when I had a clear majority. I had friends, but I had, I made some enemies, and I loved them. I think that may be what I'm most proud of: I may be more proud of my enemies than I am of my legislation. But, these new people, to answer his question, they are better educated, they are better motivated in many areas for for the public and the public right, than the Democrats that they replaced, as a body.