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Who's on first? Will Democratic control of Congress mark a new beginning, or the beginning of the end? Will the emphasis be placed on saving the middle class or on more pie for the fat cats? On nuts-and-bolts problem solving or on ideology and religious dogma? On people's day-to-day needs or on settling old scores?
click to enlarge Robin Salley   -  - Old North End  -  - Optometrist  -  - If you were new to Congress, what would you - emphasize in your first 100 hours? Decreasing the - bickering and trying to improve communication between - Republicans and Democrats. -  - Wielding your newfound power, with whom would - you arrange lunch? The president. -  - What change would you work hardest to bring - about? Improve the roads and make them bicyclist- - friendly. -  - Is a showdown brewing between Congress and the - President over Iraq? President Bush sees his ideas - aren't working. He'll be more open-minded the last two - years.
  • Robin Salley

    Old North End

    Optometrist

    If you were new to Congress, what would you emphasize in your first 100 hours? Decreasing the bickering and trying to improve communication between Republicans and Democrats.

    Wielding your newfound power, with whom would you arrange lunch? The president.

    What change would you work hardest to bring about? Improve the roads and make them bicyclist- friendly.

    Is a showdown brewing between Congress and the President over Iraq? President Bush sees his ideas aren't working. He'll be more open-minded the last two years.

click to enlarge Robert Unger  -  - Downtown  -  - Dishwasher/former firefighter  -  - What would your priority be as a new member of - Congress? I'd fight something that is corrupting - and degrading the very foundations of our country - globalism, and Masonic influences on the Council on - Foreign Relations [molding] us into a North American - Union. -  - What are your expectations for the new Congress? - The president, the Democrats and the Republicans - will work together to break down our borders and - homogenize our population. When our skyrocketing - national debt results in economic collapse, Canada, the - U.S. and Mexico will adopt a common currency to replace - the broken dollar. -  - Do you foresee a showdown between Bush and - Congress over Iraq? They all want a one-world - order. Globalists on the Democratic side want to impose - it through U.N. bureaucracy. Neocons want to impose it - through war. After they get it,they'll fight each other to - the death for top-dog position.
  • Robert Unger

    Downtown

    Dishwasher/former firefighter

    What would your priority be as a new member of Congress? I'd fight something that is corrupting and degrading the very foundations of our country globalism, and Masonic influences on the Council on Foreign Relations [molding] us into a North American Union.

    What are your expectations for the new Congress? The president, the Democrats and the Republicans will work together to break down our borders and homogenize our population. When our skyrocketing national debt results in economic collapse, Canada, the U.S. and Mexico will adopt a common currency to replace the broken dollar.

    Do you foresee a showdown between Bush and Congress over Iraq? They all want a one-world order. Globalists on the Democratic side want to impose it through U.N. bureaucracy. Neocons want to impose it through war. After they get it,they'll fight each other to the death for top-dog position.

click to enlarge Elizabeth Paterson  -  - Downtown  -  - Clinical psychologist  -  - What would your priority be as a newly elected - member of Congress? Affordable medical and - psychological health care for everyone: seniors, young - people, children, the poor. Also, searching out the best - way to help our boys in Iraq. -  - What are your expectations for the new Congress? - I want them to put partisanship aside and start - dealing with what people really need. Avoid - confrontation. Start helping people. -  - What shouldour leaders make happen this time - around? Finally start taking on the fact that we - have people practicing mental health care who don't - have appropriate degrees, especially in the court system. -  - Are Congress and the president headed for a - showdown over Iraq? That wouldn't be wise on - Bush's part, in light of the feedback he's getting from the - American people, but he'll probably keep doing what he - wants to do instead of what's best for the troops over - there.
  • Elizabeth Paterson

    Downtown

    Clinical psychologist

    What would your priority be as a newly elected member of Congress? Affordable medical and psychological health care for everyone: seniors, young people, children, the poor. Also, searching out the best way to help our boys in Iraq.

    What are your expectations for the new Congress? I want them to put partisanship aside and start dealing with what people really need. Avoid confrontation. Start helping people.

    What shouldour leaders make happen this time around? Finally start taking on the fact that we have people practicing mental health care who don't have appropriate degrees, especially in the court system.

    Are Congress and the president headed for a showdown over Iraq? That wouldn't be wise on Bush's part, in light of the feedback he's getting from the American people, but he'll probably keep doing what he wants to do instead of what's best for the troops over there.

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