While Congress gets the gas tax right, its members aren't doing so well on the farm bill and on other fronts, according to bloggers on Saturday.

MyDD's Jonathan Singer highlights a story in The Hill that shows congressional Democrats don't agree with John McCainJohn McCainA Cabinet position for Petraeus; disciplinary actions for Broadwell after affair Meet Trump’s ‘mad dog’ for the Pentagon Wrestling mogul McMahon could slam her way into Trump administration MORE and Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonBaldwin offers to stop 'SNL' impersonation if Trump releases taxes Rendell calls recount 'a waste of time' Lieberman: Dems won't win with slide to left MORE on a summer gas tax holiday. Democratic superdelegates, like Rep. Mark UdallMark UdallGardner's chief of staff tapped for Senate GOP campaign director The untold stories of the 2016 battle for the Senate Colorado GOP Senate race to unseat Dem incumbent is wide open MORE (D-Colo.) who is running for Senate and is an undeclared in the presidential primary, should back his own opposition to the holiday by supporting Obama, according to Joe Sudbay at AMERICAblog.

But blackhedd at RedState finds that all three presidential candidates are exploiting the issue of gas prices, something the government has very little control over but that plays well in populist campaign promises.

On the farm bill, Congress has yet to tackle excessive subsidies for the biggest growers, writes mimikatz at Open Left who calls the program a