If the Black Caucus doesn’t want to be dumped into the “do-nothing” Congress bucket, it would be wise to let each member fall in line not with Ms. Fudge or the president, but with the constituents who elected them.
Surely, by the time the legislative weekend rolls around, black lawmakers don’t want to be judged as a group of blacks dancing, drinking and yelling, “Party over here.”
• Deborah Simmons can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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