Vote out the entire Congress? You bet.
Need more evidence of just how unhappy the American public is with Congress?
Look no further than today’s NBC/Wall Street Journal poll where 54 percent of those tested said that if they had the opportunity to vote out every single Member of Congress — including their own — they would take it.
Obviously there is no place on the ballot where you can vote out every incumbent — though it would be kind of fascinating if there was, wouldn’t it? — and elections are fought district by district, not in a single national vote.
Read the full story here: The Washington Post
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