Is congress really doing there job?

United States
July 18, 2010 5:26pm CST
I recently watched a video that showed congress debating over Baseball. I mean is this ethical when there main job is to help the nation? I know that Baseball is a nice game and all, but to debate over it in congress is over the line. I could care less if baseball got better or worse. They should not be debating over it in congress!
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@Maggiepie (7821)
• United States
9 Oct 10
Congress has always done time-wasting things. They devote time to naming parks, creating weird holidays or special weeks or months to some cause or other, decide on things such as state songs, birds, trees & flowers, etc. Maybe there was an era when our country had time for these frivolous pursuits, but right now, Congress ought to be using every nanosecond available in fixing our numerous problems. They could start by doing a job that should have been done before BO took over the reins, but wasn't. VET the man. He needs his past to be made transparent. Didn't he promise transparency? He should stop hiding all his records & using nearly 2 million of our tax money to do it! As for baseball, I agree; it's a nice enough game, but does Washington really need to control every damned thing?? Oh, before I go, I thought I'd tell you, I'm accepting your request to be "friends." Be aware, though, that I never discuss money-making endeavors. This topic is much more my cup of tea! Maggiepie To Do List: Pray. Vote. Buy More Ammo. ~ (bumper sticker)