View Poll Results: Can Congress be Put Back Together? (Pick all that Apply)

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  • Yes

    0 0%
  • No

    3 33.33%
  • Maybe

    3 33.33%
  • I don't Know

    0 0%
  • Obama can do it

    0 0%
  • Is 5 a joke?

    7 77.78%
  • We need a total redo in the roster

    6 66.67%
  • Needs to happen but probably isn't

    8 88.89%
  • We need to change which party has majority before it will happen

    2 22.22%
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Thread: Putting together Congress (reaching across the aisle)

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    Putting together Congress (reaching across the aisle)

    So among the many promises made by obama and other assorted politicians in their campaigns, you kept hearing that they were going to "reach across the aisle" and work with the other parties. With the 2014 elections just under a year away, i wanted to post this question: do you think congress can be unified?
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    Re: Putting together Congress (reaching across the aisle)

    Quote Originally Posted by JJB3333 View Post
    do you think congress can be unified?
    I do not believe it should be unless I know it is gong to be for something I support.So far many of the things I do not support. So I am happy with congress not reaching across the isle.
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    Re: Putting together Congress (reaching across the aisle)

    We need to change the party in the upper chamber of Congress. The Senate, that is.

    Also, really, was 5 a joke?

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