The president keeps saying that we have to do something to help the economy, I can always do something Mr. President. Doing “something” is not always helpful.
If my kitchen is on fire, doing “something” could be throwing the gasoline from my garage on it. If I don’t have enough money to cover my bills this month, doing “something” could be taking what money I have and play it at the local casino. Both are cases of doing something but not the right thing. I’m not asking for you to do the most correct thing, although I would like that, I just don’t want you making things worse.
Let the people screwinise what you and congress do, we didn’t elect you to rule over us, we elected you to represent us. You work for us! We do get to grade your work on a daily basis. We will cheer when you do well and boo and hiss when you foul up.
We the people are your boss and we will keep you on however a short leash we think you deserve.
So quit whining about how long this bill is taking. I like what President Jefferson said about situations like this.
Delay is preferable to error.
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