posted by NeNe on .
The congressional lawmaking process is biased toward:
A. Bold new initiatives rather than small adjustments in existing legislative programs
B. National interests at the expense of local ones.
C. Blocking legislation rather than passing it.
D. Foreign-policy issues at the expense of domestic policy issues.
My answer is D.
Am I correct?
I think I got it. I change my answer to C.
I agree that C seems to best reflect the last four years. However, over time, I think B is the better answer.
Ms. Sue makes a great point, the activities of the current office holders may cause it to appear to be C but the constitution is the frame, the reason Congress is for dealing with national and international issues, not individual states internal issues. Therefore: B
OOPS typo ...The congress is for dealing.... (delete the word reason) ;P