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Baucus Claims It's Too Difficult To Put The Bill Online ~ And You Want To Trust These Clowns To Run Health Care?



"A proposal by Sen. Jim Bunning, R-Ky., that would have required the Senate Finance Committee to post the final language of the $900 billion health care reform bill, as well as a Congressional Budget Office cost analysis, on the committee’s website for 72 hours prior to a vote was rejected 12-11."

Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., himself admitted that “This probably sounds a little crazy to some people that we are voting on something before we have seen legislative language."(Source)

Senator Baucus - Do Ya Really Think It Sounds A Little Crazy? 

Then what are you doing to the American people?  Justice may be blind but our legislators are supposed to have both eyes open.


If you have not read it yourself or know how much it's going to cost, and you vote for it,  you are guilty of dereliction of duty!

          How does IMPEACHMENT sound MAX?  Can you read that?

Come on folks.  No matter how important health care is to you - are you willing to allow these clowns to ram something down your throat without knowing what it is or how much it costs?

Get on the phone, the fax and the email.  Tell these lazy bums to perform the job you hired them to do.  This is your future.  Protect it.



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Comment balloon 0 commentsKevin Robinson • October 06 2009 10:56AM