Just look at the Congress and White House:
Ten percent of the 112th U.S. Congress are Jesuit college and university alumni. Among the 535 Members of this Congress, 53 of them are alumni of Jesuit institutions. At least 30 alumni also serve in appointed positions in the Obama Administration.
There are 12 Jesuit alumni in the Senate and 41 in the House of Representatives. Among the top leadership, Congressmen John Boehner (R-OH) is the first Jesuit alumnus to serve as the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Congressman Steny Hoyer (D-MD) serves as the House Minority Whip. In the Senate, Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL) continues as the Assistant Majority Leader.
Of these 53 alumni, 35 received graduate or professional degrees from Jesuit universities. There are 18 Jesuit institutions represented by alumni in the U.S. Congress. Georgetown University has the most alumni with a total of 18; followed by Boston College with seven; the College of the Holy Cross with four; while Creighton University, Fordham University, Marquette University, and the University of Detroit Mercy each have three.
These guys can’t compromise or get anything accomplished. The Dems follow lockstep with Pres. Obama, the Reps talk tough but then fold like a house of cards. I’m not impressed or by looking at the most recent polls are most of the people in this country.