Like housebreakers waiting until Saturday night when American adults would be out for the evening, Nancy Pelosi and the House democrats, joined among Republicans only by former Representative William (“office cooler full of cash”) Jefferson’s replacement Joseph Cao (“R” — 2 LA), narrowly passed the labrynthine multi-trillion dollar bill proposing to nationalize health care in America 220-215.
The New York Times called it “their defining social policy achievement.”
I think it defines them alright, as socialists, collectivists, liars, frauds, and thieves.
Stephen Green speaks bitterly for the rest of us:
How do you cure high unemployment and sluggish growth?
Proven methods include reducing regulation and lowering taxes.
So it comes as no surprise that the House has just approved one of (if not the) biggest increases in taxes and regulation after virtually zero debate and in the middle of a weekend night when almost no one is paying attention.
Theyâ€™re cowards. Shrewd cowards, but cowards still. …
Which is the greater number: Pages in the bill the House just passed, or the minutes spent debating it?