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State Senator Pam Roach, Auburn, says she's never mistreated anybody on her staff. (File photo)

Senator Pam Roach's 'I like me' comments set to music

Pam Roach, the most powerful woman in the Washington Senate, held a news conference recently defending herself against claims that she was abusive to her staff.

She even indicated KIRO Radio's Dave Ross was responsible for her initial bad reputation with in the press, although he's not sure what she's talking about.

Undead Olympia, a zombie satire website (of course) thought her press conference was rambling. They set some of her comments to music in the video above "The Rambler: An Outlaw's Opus."

A senate panel has removed those sanctions against her. Roach is now chairing a Senate Committee focused on government operations.

By LINDA THOMAS

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