Divided Congress settles for below-the-radar bills
In this March 1, 2012, file photo House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, talks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington.Full Story
“Kiss Me You Fool!”
Since: Jan 08
Atlanta via Brooklyn NY
#1 Mar 25, 2012
Boehner's Congress has been one of the most least productive in history.
Republicans have been unable to muster majority support for their own five-year,$260 billion transportation bill. Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, facing a revolt by the rank and file, had to pull the GOP-crafted legislation just before it was to come up on the floor in mid-February.
#2 Mar 25, 2012
Congress hasn't accomplished much for several years now. They seem more interested in their political parties, personal interests, affairs, and how they can screw more money for themselves out of the public. I have absolutely no respect for most of them. And I don't even go into how I feel about the president and biden.
Since: Apr 08
#3 Mar 25, 2012
Congress was more productive when it is single- party rule.
#5 Mar 26, 2012
I thinks pelosi and boner are having a swamp party with ried
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