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Monday, October 31, 2011

A Republican Congress?

The Hill has an article titled "Dems increasingly call it a ‘Republican Congress’".  A Divided Congress makes sense, but to call it a Republican Congress seems a little strange.  Here is an example from the article:
“Over 240 days and this Republican Congress has not put forth one jobs plan,” [Cornell] Belcher told CNN anchor Anderson Cooper last month. Democratic operatives defend Belcher’s choice of words, even though Democrats control the Senate.
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The two Senate Independents are Bernie Sanders (more of a Socialist) and Joe Lieberman (more of a Connecticut Democratic Party Reject).  Both caucus with the Democrats.

There is one seat in the House of Representatives that is currently unfilled.

If this is a "Republican Congress", what would it take to make it a Democratic Congress.  Was the 111th Congress a Democratic Congress?

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Well, the numbers actually vary during the two years of a Congress, but these are the Democratic Party high water marks for the 111th Congress.

Maybe it is only a "Democratic Congress" when it is like the General Court of Massachusetts.

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Regards  —  Cliff

  Ms Cornell Belcher is a Democratic strategist, who served as a pollster for President Obama’s 2008 campaign.

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