The Congressional Democrats and their change

Jim Stovall
If Nancy Pelosi was trying to make a point when she turned off the lights and microphones in The House and all the Democrats left town last month, it looks like the point made was the worst unemployment rate since 2001. 

If we are to give credit where credit is due and blame where blame is blame is due, voters need to take a strong look at the most ineffective and the worst rated Congress ever, led by Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. 

When the Democrats said "change" in 2006, I don't think a steady increase in unemployment, reaching a high, so far, at 6.1%, was what the voters had in mind and yet they plan to gain seats in both the house and the senate in November.  Seems to me the McCain/Palin campaign and the RNC need to push this hard for the very short time they have left to do so.
If Nancy Pelosi was trying to make a point when she turned off the lights and microphones in The House and all the Democrats left town last month, it looks like the point made was the worst unemployment rate since 2001. 

If we are to give credit where credit is due and blame where blame is blame is due, voters need to take a strong look at the most ineffective and the worst rated Congress ever, led by Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. 

When the Democrats said "change" in 2006, I don't think a steady increase in unemployment, reaching a high, so far, at 6.1%, was what the voters had in mind and yet they plan to gain seats in both the house and the senate in November.  Seems to me the McCain/Palin campaign and the RNC need to push this hard for the very short time they have left to do so.