[T]he system is out of balance, creating gridlock even as the public cries out for action on serious problems such as our deteriorating public infrastructure, epitomized by that in Flint, Michigan. ... The government was shut down, increases in the debt limit are constantly at risk, nominations to even the most minor administration positions are blocked and, now, the president has been denied the opportunity, which is his right under the Constitution, to name a new justice to the Supreme Court.
Incompetent Democrats failed to treat the water of the Flint River properly before tapping it, ruining Flint's infrastructure.
Republicans gained seats after the government shutdown. Maybe they should do it more often.
Republicans subsequently extended the debt limit until after Mr Teflon is gone so as not to interfere with the president's many golf outings and vacations.
The president still can name whoever he wants to whatever he wants.
Meanwhile the public cries out for Donald Trump, not action.