Advice for the Republican Congress

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Advice for the Republican Congress
Thomas Paine

Thomas Paine

As much as I hate to do anything that might help the Republican Congress, I’m going to do it anyway. I’m doing it because I just can’t stand to watch stupidity every day, especially stupidity that keeps getting stupider and stupider.

Republican Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell said that he would not submit a bill to the Republican President because he doesn’t know what the Republican President will sign into law.

Mitch McConnell . Photo from CNBC

Mitch McConnell . Photo from CNBC

NEWS FLASH: The Republican President doesn’t know what he will sign until the last person he talks to tells him what he will sign.

So, here’s what you’ve done. You have orchestrated a government shutdown that you are trying to blame on the Democrats. You are in charge. You own it. Period.

If you hadn’t been so concerned about “winning” something so that the Republican President would give you a couple of attaboys, it would never have happened. You knew what you were getting when you nominated him, and supported him. You were giddy when he was elected.

You either didn’t think all of this would happen, and if so you are dumber than he is, or you are too cynical to be allowed to govern anything much less the entire country. You pick the reason.

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Here’s my advice

1.) At least one house of the Congress has already passed 12 separate Appropriation  Bills. These separate bills are a necessary component of the full Budget. Once all the Appropriation Bills are passed, you combine them all into one big Bill. It’s called the Budget. Since you already passed the individual Appropriations, it should be no problem to lump them together, call it a Budget, and pass it. It lasts for a year, so there would be no more Continuing Resolutions for a year. Job done. That’s Option 1.

2.) Option 2. Forget about what the Republican President will sign. You don’t know. I don’t know. He doesn’t know. So, don’t try to figure it out. Congress should Write a Bill. Work out any compromises that are necessary. Pass the Bill in both Houses. Then, send it to the Republican President to sign. That’s the way your job is supposed to work. If he vetoes it, it’s not your fault. It’s the Republican President’s fault if his veto causes a Government shutdown. You’ve done your job. The Republican President owns the Shutdown.

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Problem solved. You’re welcome.

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