Things I Want To Be Told

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Why do Democrats pretend they cannot revoke Bush's authorization for war in Iraq, and that their only power is the one of the purse?

Why is it acceptable for the Democrats to say it is a "false assumption" that more troops means more security, when they are asserting their own false assumption, that the proposal will necessarily fail?

Why does anyone at all think that the federal government should be responsible for minimum wage, when the states are obviously fully capable of deciding it on their own?

How does it actually matter, make any substantive difference at all, how many days a week that Congress will be in session, as long as they get the job done?

Why does anyone actually care that Pelosi is the first woman Speaker? What substantive meaning exists in this "accomplishment"?

I honestly want good answers to these questions, if any exist. :-)

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