This morning on CBS's Face the Nation, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich advised fellow conservatives not to talk about President Bush's record. "President Bush is not the future. He's not a solution. He doesn't solve Social Security. He doesn't solve Medicare. He doesn't solve the economy. He doesn't solve the environment. He doesn't solve education. He's a current fact" Gingrich said. What I don't get is why didn't the Republicans led Congress deal with these issues while they were in control? They certainly had the opportunity.