I was thinking the same thing, CI. Does the fact that you may have voted for someone preclude you from criticising the job they ultimately do?
I voted for Bush, but I could name a dozen things I don't like about him.
However, he's still head and shoulders above the alternative that was offered.
But I'll criticize him plenty and I'll acknowledge my responsibility for having part in his election.
What I'm asking is why Imposter is unwilling to admit his responsibility for the Democratic congress.
Imposter's attempt to 'triangulate', to appear above it all, just doesn't wash.
I'm an Independent too, but I'm not afraid to admit who I've voted for.
I've voted for both Republicans and Democrats, and if you ask me who I voted for in which election I would gladly tell you even if they turned out to be a dud.
What are you afraid of , Imposter?
Confession is good for ya. Which Democrats did you help elect to Congress?