Almost 15% of the mandate of the 112th Congress has already passed since it convened on January 3. Much hoopla was made of the Republican takeover of the House and the power of the Tea Party. Most pundits suggest that it was the poor state of the economy and the way the Democrats managed it in the 11th Congress (i.e. - voter dissatisfaction with many incumbents), that led to the sweeping victory by the right.
This being the case, how satisfied are you good burghers on the right, with the way in which the 112th Congress has so far tackled major economic issues?