So how does this sound, we create one event in here: http://teddervision.com/forums/forum/140-public-events/
Or just everyone use the Senate thread. I don't care where it happens but it can be open to everyone
Then, members of both chambers can ask questions with the guidelines by Jonathan : The hearing on the nomination of Marcus Walker of Ohio to be the Vice President of the United States shall begin. Mr. Walker shall be given the opportunity to give an opening statement, after which 72 hours shall be given for members of this body to ask the nominee their questions. Mr. Walker will then be given the opportunity to give a closing statement, after which there shall be a 72 hour discussion period, followed by a 72 hour voting period in both chambers.
Does that sound alright to our Republican players? This way, everyone gets to participate whether they are in the house or senate, we get a more realistic feel to the game by actually having a hearing, and a vote will definitely take place to officially end this topic. @Richard