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Agreed sir. But it begs some serious questions: First, would you really rather that Congress engaged in governing, based upon all the damage and idiocy they have done so far? And also, who needs "governing" to begin with, anyway?
I would like to see the statistical margin of error on the poll. Most polls are about 3 to 5% margin of error. so a 3% overall change, being within the margin of error, could very likely be no change at all.
It is so expensive to get elected to Congress these days, much less to a Senate seat, that the only ones capable of making substantial campaign donations are the very same corporations and banks that currently control the fedgov. So, even if you do see a change in face, you will almost definitely not see a change in policy. this is why the Obama Administration is indistinguishable in policy from the Bush The Lesser Administration, which is indistinguishable from the Clinton Administration, which is indistinguishable from the Bush the Spy Administration etc. It is also why no matter what major crimes those in the federal government commit, neither side will push for prosecution. The solution is becoming more and more clear: Not only is "representative democracy" a complete sham, it is both unnecessary and truly harmful to the average American. I think the time has come to start discussing peacefully dissolving it, and giving back all the states their individual sovereignty.
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