Sept. 19, 2012 —
“We must return to passing critical funding legislation the way the Constitution intended – as individual, regular appropriations bills that provide oversight of government programs and respond to our national needs and financial realities.”
Amen, Hal! That’s telling it like it is.
In our view, the partisan gridlock in Washington must be broken by putting one of the two political parties in control of the White House and both houses of Congress.
And we don’t care which party wins because, at this point, no one seems to be in charge.