There is a conflict in Washington about how many days a year the House ought to work. There are two views about this:

  1. Work less, and therefore mess up the country less. The more congress does, the worse things get.
  2. Work like mad and get done all the things that need to be done to turn the country around.

Which would you support?

Frankly, if congress isn’t going to do any better than it has in the past, then let them stay home with their families around the fire roasting marshmallows.

But if, on the other hand, they are going to really bring our country back to the position it was in before the Democrats started ruining it, then work, work, work at it.

Who knows what will happen?  There are new men in Washington. Does that mean new, good ideas—and votes? Or are they going to fall in line, in time, the way it seems politicians all do, and do the country more harm than good?

I don’t know.  But I know one thing—we Christians ought to be much in prayer that the right decision is made with the right effects. Are you grousing about the nation—or praying?

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