Dear Senator Cornyn:
I just signed a petition that a congressional dress code law be passed requiring our representatives and senators, when appearing on the floor of the house or senate, to wear the logos of their large donors--their sponsors, as it were--kind of like race car drivers.
I just looked up who your corporate sponsors are, and I see that when this becomes law, you will be quite festooned with corporate names, a walking billboard, as it were. The largest logo will be USAA, then Exxon Mobil, JPMorgan, Lockheed, Koch Industries, and so on down to number 100 (Mednax) coming in at a respectable $20,400. All your top 20 sponsors bought a piece of you for at least $36,000, counting both PACs and campaign committee donations.
In sum, you seem to be a very hot property, bringing in over $1,100,000 in 2012.
I am confident you will get behind this idea. Very few public figures enjoy your level of popularity with the people who count, and it would be foolish not to advertise that fact.
Pending your introduction of a bill to make this the law of the land, I will put my letter to you up on my blog, to let a few people know of your excellent corporate sponsorships. I'm sure you won't mind.
I wrote a similar letter to Tea Party Ted Cruz, our newest non-Spanish-speaking senator, but the list of donors was not as corporate as Cornyn's, nor was it especially populist. Two big Republican Party war chests give him most of his money, and most of the rest of his big donors seem to have been law firms.