Thursday, June 21, 2007

Gallup says 14 percent of Americans have "a great deal of" confidence in Congress or "quite a lot". It's the lowest confidence rating Gallup has recorded for Congress since 1973 (the first year).

Instead of considering a "no confidence" vote on the Attorney General (which by the way is not a recognized procedure in American government), they should consider the American people have given them one.

Most people think most congress members are greedy and motivated by self interest and, even when they want to accomplish something for the country, are totally inept and clueless about how to get it done. Earmarks, scandals, blustery rhetoric, lying and posturing are the rule of the day.

The only thing more embarassing that the existence of Congress is the fact that we voted them in.
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