Good Riddance to the 112th Congress with Its Toxic Partisan Bickering

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Good Riddance to the 112th Congress with It’s Toxic Partisan Bickering

All I can say is good riddance to the 112th Congress, the worst in decades. Too bad people like Tea Party wingnut Michele Bachmann wasn’t kicked out of office.

Ezra Klein: “What’s the record of the 112th Congress? Well, it almost shut down the government and almost breached the debt ceiling. It almost went over the fiscal cliff (which it had designed in the first place). It cut a trillion dollars of discretionary spending in the Budget Control Act and scheduled another trillion in spending cuts through an automatic sequester, which everyone agrees is terrible policy. It achieved nothing of note on housing, energy, stimulus, immigration, guns, tax reform, infrastructure, climate change or, really, anything. It’s hard to identify a single significant problem that existed prior to the 112th Congress that was in any way improved by its two years of rule.”

 Good Riddance to the 112th Congress with Its Toxic Partisan Bickering
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 Good Riddance to the 112th Congress with Its Toxic Partisan Bickering
Janet Shan is a freelance journalist, blogger and social media consultant. Janet specializes in political and social commentary, as well as business writing. She is the founder and managing editor of the Hinterland Gazette. She is putting the finishing touches on her new novel, a mystery based in the hills on Montego Bay, Jamaica.
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    Janet:

    With Rep John Lewis and Rep Chaka Fattah presiding over large pockets of poverty in their respective districts for so many years – why do you have a special reservation for Michelle Bachmann rather than individuals who keep collecting “valuables” from “The Least Of These” but ultimately failing to develop them?