The question is: Just how many of those bills are worthy of being passed into law. One cannot go by the 'title/purpose', rather the contents of the bill and how it affects 'We The People'.
#15 | POSTED BY MSGT AT 2019-12-04 06:20 PM | FLAG:
Then let's see a debate and a vote on the bills! If they're so bad, the GOP should come out and say they're bad! Instead, they just sit there gathering dust while nothing gets done, or worse, dummies lap up the "Do Nothing Democrats" argument even though it's the Senate stonewalling.
#16: Again, then let's debate and vote. If there's not a consensus, then our elected leaders should vote and show that there's not a consensus. Here's the great secret though; then We The People would have a record for how our leaders really felt about these issues, and might reward or punish them for actually having to grow a pair and vote.
I don't care in all 400 bills were voted down in the Senate (well, I do,but not for this argument). If the House passes a bill, the Senate should debate and vote on it; if it sucks it should be voted down. Period.