Have the House Republicans done anything other than fall on their faces since they took power over the House?

They campaigned on jobs, jobs, jobs, and have ignored that issue since they got into power. Wasting their time and ours on trying to repeal a law that EVERYONE knows can't be repealed. What other ways will they waste their time and our money?

Asked By: - 2/16/2011
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Well, they took most of the month of January off -- only in session 8 days.
Answered By: Chelfi - 2/16/2011
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Well, no. They haven't.
Answered By: jack99skellington - 2/16/2011
The law can be repealed and/or de funded. These people were elected to specifically thwart the liberal over spending agenda and to nullify the ultra liberal obama.
Answered By: Romac - 2/16/2011
Are you an idiot? Why do you libtards forget that Obama is still president and democrats control the senate
Answered By: Primo™ - 2/16/2011
Republicans .... Democrats - they are all POLITICIANS. Anyone that says they are one and call the other hypocrite, is a hypocrite themselves.
Answered By: dukeparadox - 2/16/2011
They did vote to repeal and it passed with greater numbers than the republicans have in the house. they have cut the congressional budget (they led the way by cutting their own budget first). While obama will only cut 90B dollars a year from the budget that is still over spending by 1.65T dollars. Where is the... More
Answered By: mhp_wizo_93_418 - 2/16/2011
They were elected to stop Libs and the Obama Agenda. They have been doing so pretty well so far. Obamacare can be defunded. Obama can be forced to veto spending cuts and lie even more than normal. It's good so far.
Answered By: evilcapitalist1971 - 2/16/2011
I'd say that they will continue to let us both down by ignoring all relevant issues, making more empty promises and increasing our deficit by a minimum of $1.2 trillion. However, they may finally instill a sense of necessity for a revolution in our generation, something that Thomas Jefferson said every generation needs... More
Answered By: chris - 2/16/2011
yes, they lied
Answered By: spot the cat - 2/16/2011
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