Congress can change election law in accordance with the Constitution of the
United States of America. They can change laws and acts but it is not easy but
no one has tried as this is the first real general election where it really has
an impact. When the economy and Obamacare gets better results then
maybe people in Congress will do something. But no one wants to be the first to
say the unions and people with money, the 1 percent, should be able to give for
"Congress should have done something"??? Just what could it have done
other than staging a coup against the Judicial Branch of the government?
That's the trouble with the right. Anything or anyone that gets in the way
goes on some "bad intentions" list.
Recently, the loud, angry, and harsh words of the Republican sweetheart, Ann
Coulter, heard during the Primary, come to mind. Those, again deafening
words....... "If you chose Mitt Romney, Republicans will lose the
election.Not really much left for Repubs to say, is there?
After the storm, life goes on due to people's resiliency to hearing
campaigning and get robo calls.What a great country to live in, even
with our problems, we are still the best country that God helped establish with
laws and order by people, Founding Fathers, that were inspired to work with each
other from various backgrounds and states.That doesn't happen
very easily today, people working with each other to move forward. Leaders have
to take the leap and do that or we will not always be as strong as we need to
be.People vote or are voting for all Representatives in Congress.
What a great opportunity to vote for people to go to Congress and perform their
duty as required by the Constitution and not to grandstand and do nothing for
the next 2 years.1/3 of our U.S. Senators are up for election and
with their money and non-accountable PAC pouring money into those campaigns,
whether the candidate wants their endorsement or not or the money and support,
that has been subverted this election. The Congress should have done something
about the Supreme Court's decision. However, Obamacare took front seat and