The President Senses Discord

By ConcernedConservative on February 8, 2010

Obama’s pretty sure that something is wrong. . . . “There is a sense that something is different now, that something’s broken, that those of us in Washington are not serving the people as well as we should. At times it seems like we’re unable to listen to one another, to have at once a serious and civil debate.”

Yeah. We’ve noticed. Who hasn’t noticed? The Democrats are so giddy with their congressional majority that they haven’t stopped arguing amongst themselves long enough to do any good for our nation.

Speaking at the annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. the president said this “erosion of civility” sows division and distrust.

I say that the Democrats need to get over their favorable party position and remember the millions of Americans they serve. Watching on the news as our government functions  shouldn’t be so scandalous an experience; the republic aspect of our government requires them to vote as their constituents would vote.

The argument would become a lull if congressional representatives would apply this principle in their practice. Who knows what would happen if Washington’s leaders could stop arguing long enough to speak nicely about something important?

Whats not to argue with?

What's not to argue with?

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