Our fearless leaders in Congress?

THis is pointed to both Republicans and Democrats, but in thinking the other day, they were fast to slaughter the Bi3 3 auto CEO’s on taking planes to DC, what then when you look at them, the nation has a $10 Trillion debt, with another $40 trillion in unfunded budget commitments. When was the last time they flew coach?

My question is simple…Is it truly a Democratic versus Republican issue, or are all of our congressional leader the root cause of the problem?

As always, thanks in advance!

If one is not part of the solution one is part of the problem. Much of what is in this bill is not of much use short term and could have been done at a later time. Very little in this plan will create jobs before 2011 or 1012. Peace

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19 Responses to Our fearless leaders in Congress?

  1. dudiedood says:

    Without a doubt, it’s all of them.References :

  2. CURIOUS says:

    I think it is time to throw some tea into Boston Harbor.References :

  3. kwazywabbott says:

    They are a useless bunch of poltroons! We need bold and decisive action, not whimpering concerns about re-election.References :

  4. Princess Buffy says:

    We have NO representation in this country anymoreReferences :

  5. Don S says:

    It’s most of them. You should see their retirement plan. Beats the hell out of SS. They think they’re special.References :

  6. PJ says:

    Our leaders are the root of the problem. Regardless of Democrat or Republican – we are all Americans. Our leaders should be doing what is best for America instead of squabbling and bickering.References :

  7. monster says:

    It sounds like the kettle calling the pot black to me.References :

  8. Beckon Hollow says:

    They are both the root cause to all of this mess. Vote out all incumbents. It is sad to say, but to me they are acting like an enemy to our country.References :

  9. Lillian says:

    I’m thinking all of them.References :

  10. GeorgiaDawgs says:

    Well that seems to be the slogan in Washington, Do as I say, not as I do! Turn down you heat to save energy, but I am keeping the White House warm, and Gore!!!!!! I need you to slow you energy use so I can have more for my private jets and home! Politics, the less government I have to deal with the better!References :

  11. Heart Felt says:

    You got it, they are all the problem. The government is like a person running out of control. There comes a time when a person cannot borrow any more money because there is not enough income to meet the debt service obligations. We have may have reached that point where all the government can do is print money and here comes super wild out of control inflation for which there will be no other solutions. But they will keep their jobs and their retirement pay will go up.References :

  12. zapper23 says:

    Short of a full blown Revolution….we need to vote out all Incumbents next election. Maybe with our government and economy as screwed up as it is right now, the people (sheep) in this country will wake up and do this.References :

  13. Dan in Miami says:

    Oh, . . . it gets better than that!

    (Princess) Nancy Pelosi has a PRIVATE jet . . . .

    Now, if we are swimming in RED INK . . . isn’t the nation just as "broke" as the Big-3 Automakers?

    Doesn’t that make her a bit of a hypocrite for condemning them ? ? ?

    I have (already) written her to ask HER to give up her jet. Here is HER address . . . in case others wish to write her and encourage her to give up her private toy.

    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi
    Office of the Speaker of the House
    235 Cannon H.O.B.
    Washington, D.C. 20510

    The Phone number for Congress is (202) 224-3121

    Speak up . . . or don’t whine about here.

    Dan in MiamiReferences :

  14. parvfan says:

    If one is not part of the solution one is part of the problem. Much of what is in this bill is not of much use short term and could have been done at a later time. Very little in this plan will create jobs before 2011 or 1012. PeaceReferences :

  15. Susan B says:

    I can start idealizing about the days whenever our government was established, when senators and congressmen held jobs and only came in to work a few days a month because they were self supporting.

    So many people are quick to throw our presidents under the bus for our national debt and the subsequent printing of money that will be done for our next "stimulus" package, but truthfully, it doesn’t get to the president before it passes the house and senate. Both sides are just as much to blame for this. I say they let US vote on bills and see what happens.References :

  16. Lenny says:

    Our current government system is obviously inneficient and can be structured a lot better so they can be able to acctually resolve issues. If fact, any democratic form of government would be inneficient due to the voting proccess. But this gives us all the rights that everyone deserves. Any random average Joe off the street would not be able to resolve the issues that arise in the congressional building.

    Also, the first class flights and raised salaries for congressional and executive jobs in the government would promote demand for these spaces. THat can promote some of the geniuses working in thestock market to maybe try stepping into politics and solving this crisis. Maybe then we wouldn’t have an elections with completely absurd candidates like BUsh and Kerry. THis is why so much fundings goes to employees of the government.References :

  17. non exsisto ovis says:

    Both are to blame.

    The difference is that the Republicans don’t woo votes from the poor by lying to the poor and promising to care for them from cradle to grave.

    The democrats, on the other hand are all too willing to shamelessly woo votes from the poor by lying and promising all sorts of unrealistic fantastical programs that can not realistically materialize given the obvious economic crisis.References :

  18. ry says:

    It is both parties, but the worst part isn’t that they are in Congress, but that they keep getting voted back in. They don’t magically become Senators and Representatives, idiots vote them in and keep them there. There are honest politicians, we just need to find and support them.References :

  19. magician0104 says:

    NO it is NOT congress’s fault it is OURS. WE are the ones that elected them. WE as Americans have a right and an obligation to put a STOP to the things that are happening in our government. Instead we do NOTHING. WE as americans gripe and complain but WE then reelect the SAMe people into office. It is brutally obvious to me that SOMEONE in this country likes the way things are and have NO interest in seeing it change. the problems we are currently facing in reality have little to do with the government when you get down to it WE ARE to blame here.

    If you don’t like what you see then next time DON’T reelect them…References :

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