The entire Democratic Party Leadership must change.
Wil Wheaton

I guess this isn’t a good day.

It’s absolutely true that the infrastructure spending he’s been calling for since day one would have helped tremendously, if it hadn’t been blocked by Republicans.” If on day one or two or even day three hundred and sixty-five, the democrat controlled houses of Congress were to would have approved the infrastructure spending, there was nothing that the Republicans could have done to stop it. (Remember, zero Republicans, in either house, voted for the Health Care Act, yet it still passed.) They may have slowed it down, but they couldn’t stop it.

Both parties seem to be taking their voter base for granted. The 2016 election might just be the wake up call that they need in order to start serving the people , instead of themselves.

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