Rep. Carolyn Maloney gives mic to Alice
Tepper Marlin as Rep. Tim Bishop looks on.
The Q&A was extraordinary. Sharp questions, good answers. The voters of NY1 and NY12 are well represented.
Neither Bishop nor Maloney is listed as of September 6 (Friday) in the Think Progress tabulation as leaning either for or against action in Syria. In the House of Representatives, 39 expect to vote yes to Syrian action, 223 probably no.
Polls show that most Americans oppose U.S. action in Syria.
This is reflected in the mail for Rep. Bishop. He says that 95 percent of his constituents' messages are against a strike in Syria.
Rep. Maloney asked for a show of hands for support of a strike at Syria for use of chemical weapons. Only three people put their hands up, and 40-50 hands went up by people opposed.