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December 01, 2007


Jim DeBellonia

It appears Congress dosen't have anything else to do BUT conduct partisan investigations beyond the scope of what the average American cares about so I say "Blow Them All Out- Democrat & Republicans Alike AND Start ALL OVER!!!"

D. Cupples

That an investigation targets the Executive Branch doesn't necessarily mean that it's partisan, and the legislative branch does have a duty to exercise oversight.

The Executive branch is the biggest part of our government, in terms of employees and dollars appropriated. Thus, more errors will occur there.

Some executive agencies have not been performing well: e.g., Interior Dept., Energy Dept., State Dept., Homeland Security Dept....

If Congress doesn't exercise oversight, how can we taxpayers see improvement and ultimately get better service for our money?

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