Chemists Have Solutions .
Did you look at the list of bills ar the link I provided, did you bother to click on any of them?
If you did you would have noticed it gives a-
"Prognosis xx% chance of being enacted" on every bill
So you have a better idea of what might be passable or not.
Now myself I read about 30 bills and found some great information,
but it's up to you do read the bills for yourself and decide.
I think some the bills I put in my other post, bills sponsored by Democrats have a chance of passing in the 'Democratic controlled Senate', however Reid won't bring them to the floor for a vote.
Gridlock happens on both sides dear, you are failing to see Reid is causing the gridlock, by not bringing any of the bills to the floor.
Governing only happens when both sides have input and reach at least partial agreement in the writing of a bill, sadly the House has forgotten how to govern. The Senate at least remembers, even if they rarely do it. The immigration bill passed by the Senate is a good example of governing. Of course Boehner never gave it a chance for even debate in the House.
Senate passes sweeping immigration bill - CNN.comSenators passed the sweeping legislation -- initially drafted by the four Democrats and four Republicans in the chamber's so-called "Gang of Eight" -- by a 68-32 vote.Fourteen Republicans joined a united Democratic caucus in supporting the bill,
Last edited by iguanaman; 08-12-14 at 01:11 AM.
I voted no. Obama's been a disappointment- a better politician would have been able to work around the vandalism of the process of government by the House. Other presidents managed to be effective with the opposition controlling one or both houses of Congress.
Having said, some of the best things he did were things he didn't do.
He who knows the least obeys the best.