After observing the actions of the U.S. Congress for years, I see a possible cause of some of their off the wall UN-AMERICAN decisions. Many jobs in the private sector require a strict drug test initially and possibly later random checks. If a drug test is so important for someone in a job that has no effect on the rest of this country, I suggest that each representative and senator be tested before each vote that will cost the taxpayers a total of $1 billion.
Some of them have to be on something to vote for something that is thousands of pages and hardly nobody has read and fewer have understood. If you think I'm irate or irrational, maybe I am. But I and, I hope, many others think that you can't get out of debt by going further in debt. The U.S. Congress actions are mainly the reason we are in trouble. How can we expect them to figure out how to get us out of it?
If we don't get busy and protest their actions, we may get what we don't want.
Harold A. Ehrman