The Pain of Legislative Failure *Must* Outweigh the Political Reward of Legislative Failure

I am much more concerned with the legislative gridlock than I am afraid of the results of any Congressional agreement.

The US Congress, however, needs a housecleaning… Either the President or the People need to insist that there needs to be forceful deadlines that have some teeth. If a ‘super committee’ cannot come to an agreement, then they should not be allowed to continue in Congress. We have moved for term limits, let’s go for expulsion or for a penalty censures committee members with a black mark that *ends* their political career.

The pain of legislative failure must outweigh the political reward of legislative failure… At this point I am more afraid of ‘no decision’ than I am of any compromise between them… If they cannot agree, fire them all and start again…

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