Friday, November 1, 2013

overworked and underpaid?

Not Congress. The House Republican leadership has just released their planned calendar for 2014. Of the 300 or so days notionally available for legislative business [excluding Sundays and various holidays], the House plans to meet on 113 days.

That means close to 200 days when they can campaign and pretend to "listen" to their constituents.

Isn't that more important than passing appropriations bills, or budget resolutions, or laws to fix the problems even conservatives have identified?

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