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So tell me what it's the role of congress what should congress -- congresses that I look presidency do.
Ask questions have hearings and make a vote on resolutions intact but they don't have to support.
They know they do not have the support -- -- appreciated because we initial unified front that to the world community but I don't think -- have to support him and I know from congressional representatives.
Not so they'll vote exactly how I want them to all the time but -- they will make the best informed decision because I don't have all of the information -- time and they do.
For once I'm glad to see congress having -- debate to debate that doesn't fall along party lines -- they don't care what wake up in the morning and doing with your leadership says I think it's refreshing.
Is refreshing that everyone seems to be voting now and.
-- -- Think he was being interviewed on the radio and he said my constituents are believed that we shouldn't -- -- this bombing and then suddenly he says.
But that being said I'm gonna vote for it.
I mean that's ridiculous we have congress.
For a reason mess to listen to the people we have the senate to listen to that cut the president.
Congress is supposed to listen to the people let them listen to the people let us give them advice if they don't vote their ass out.
I think what's exciting that's going on here because we are getting information from all different sources.
That you have liberals agreeing with super conservatives.
You have all the tea parties working with the ACLU but what's going on right now because we're getting.
More more information from various sources we're not just listen to the one official -- that's to me what's actually exciting for all different types independence.
You know Republicans Democrats are actually agreeing on.
So help me hear you like I'm not going to Syria -- have John Boehner and Nancy Pelosi on the same side.
-- here the last time that happened it was never.
And then you have it seems like a majority of both political parties on the other side.
-- what's going.
Well the problem is I think there's a lot more robust discussion amounts -- people it's less robust.
In congress because they're mostly still driven by.
Party or they're driven by their key constituencies who really don't represented most voters there sort of -- so until the until that changes.
Deed the vote in congress is going to be saying this to be scared.
I don't think.
-- -- Now why -- they all say hey this is so important.
Obama thinks this is really crazy important one we get back there might say why do you think they did it.
-- and -- pat because it really didn't want -- they didn't want to have to vote on exactly.
That's exactly what they don't want to have to -- on -- -- And what they do or don't want to do on this issue because.
We election and goes.
-- hasn't got their job.
They they didn't -- In this case congress'.
Congress' -- to me less trustworthy because there's so much politicking involved and they're much more concerned about getting reelected whereas the president.
He's you know in in a sense this is his last term -- an -- of a lame -- so I trust his decision making a little bit.
More I -- vote from all I want -- far from all of you who do you trust.
Congress the president.
You trust them both but you trust none of them.
We trust the president more than congress' hands.
Who trusts congress more than the president's -- To many who trust both of them.
Two -- you had to trust neither of okay.
Now and we got a problem we got a crisis in confidence.
And the American people --
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