What’s important to the Democrats in the United States House of Representatives? Is it power, control, redistribution of wealth? Is it all of the above?

If you chose all of the above, you’d be correct. But it’s also the relatively frivolous.

Take, for example, two of today’s most pressing issues. I say that rather tongue in cheek, because according to at least one powerful Democrat one of these issues is paramount and the other is just a side show.

Actually, that’s not quite accurate. According to MOST Democrats, one is a sideshow and simply a publicity stunt aimed only at raising campaign funds and garnering votes.

What are these issues?

Let’s let a few of the esteemed Democrat politicians describe both issues and you can decide which is most important.

First, Benghazi and the decision (finally) of the Republican leadership to form a single committee to root out the truth concerning the attack and coverup by the White House. (Of course, we already know the truth.)

Now one would think that getting to truth of the slaughter of 4 Americans would be important to both the right and left. Think again.

From Real Clear Politics (RCP):

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, called for a boycott of the panel if its makeup is unbalanced.

“It is nothing more than a political ploy, because continuing to focus obsessively on repealing the Affordable Care Act has lost its luster even among [the GOP’s] own party members,” she told reporters Wednesday at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast.

But the panel’s formation is already a source of drama on Capitol Hill. Democrats argue that the inquiry will serve no purpose other than to motivate the GOP base in this midterm election year and drag Hillary Clinton through the mud ahead of a possible 2016 presidential run. Others have drawn comparisons to the McCarthy hearings.

GOP leaders have dismissed a request from Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Whip Steny Hoyer for equal party representation…

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