American involvement in Iraq should not be an open-ended proposition, and we should not be sending more troops there to serve as referees in that nation's devastating civil war.
Accountability has returned to Washington after a six year absence. This week alone the new Democratic Congress has provided critical oversight of the administration's unacceptable neglect of our wounded soldiers.
SENATE REPUBLICAN LEADERS WRONG TO STIFLE WAR DEBATE
We must seriously begin to address the problem of the nation's uninsured and the skyrocketing price of health insurance.
Democrats promised that if the American people trusted us with control of Congress we would take America in a new direction.
Last month Americans went to the voting booths to voice their displeasure with the most "Do-Nothing Congress" in our nation's history.
Within the first 100 hours of the new Democratic Congress, we will accomplish more than the Republican Do-Nothing Congress accomplished this entire year.