and then there is the senate, where democrats hold a majority, and the white house currently held by president obama.
if you think the republicans in the house have the ability to govern without help from the democrats, you are ignoring the political reality of having a bicameral legislature.
and you still cannot rationalize or accept that the American people chose to reelect president obama, and to preserve the democratic majority in the senate.
But I've always said that America may have to travel down that path before it returns to some kind of normalcy. Canada is a good example of what 'does' work and it's far removed from the bagger agenda.
I think it's much more likely that a large part of the bagger movement will die a natural death as the object of their racist hate is no longer in their WH. Some of it will undoubtedly continue to a degree that it existed before Obama. It will return to a more rational agenda of supplyside economics which has existed since Reagan as a small fringe movement. Supplyside economics had it's chance with Bush2 and that lesson learned won't leave the discussion for many years.
A worthwhile discussion to have on this forum would be an analysis of what is 'really' the bagger agenda. It could perhaps get some heads straightened around on how it is completely opposed to prosperity of the ordinary people and entirely involved in promoting more inequality.
Americans must not forget, they have already turned their country into the second worst example of income inequality in the world. That should give them a clue to what the problem really is. Baggerism is begging for more of the same.
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