Do you not have transcripts of those debates? Newspaper records? I'm
sure you could find out if you wanted to.
Just guessing, but the Library of Congress seems to me to be a likely
But Google reveals a fair bit if you're interested. Try this:
You consider the out of control government we have now to be "surviving".
Very apt analogy, one of the most pivotal points in the destruction of our
federal republic form of government was the enactment of the 16th amendment,
giving the federal government the ability to reach directly into the pockets
of the citizens of the states. In so doing, it gained direct control over
state and local budgets by "returning" those funds taken from the states'
citizens in the form of block grants and programs -- but at the price of
strings attached forcing states to bow to the will of the federal
legislators. That is exactly why the founders specifically prohibited the
federal government from directly taxing the citizens of the country.
Yeah, great analogy
There is never a situation where having more rounds is a disadvantage
On Mon, 22 Mar 2010 17:48:48 -0600, the infamous Dave Balderstone
You're absolutely right, Dave. But a few of us read small portions of
it when it was only 1,000 pages long. You don't have to watch the
entire train wreck--after you see the first wheel leave the track--to
know that what's going to happen, do you?
The main protagonist, Speakerette of the House Nancy Pugnosi, ACKs
that she hasn't even read it and doesn't understand it. What more do
you need to know about the people who voted for it and those who
wouldn't? Which side seems like the bad guys to you, Dave?
Absolutely! The Libtards are reading beauty, goodness, and light
things into it that aren't there and they are completely glossing over
the infringements it enacts into law. Their brains are wired
differently than ours, unfortunately.
Ouch. So, do you see _anything_ related to actual healthcare, or
socialized healthcare, in this bill?
Forced insurance is not care, and it's not compassionate, a word the
libs seem to find comforting in describing themselves and their new
King. Go figure.
If we attend continually and promptly to the little that we can do, we
shall ere long be surprised to find how little remains that we cannot do.
-- Samuel Butler
Well, you see this is the nice sweet honest trustworthy government that
has all our best interests at heart doing it, not some
EEEEEEEEEVVVVVVVVVIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLL (by definition) corporation.
Never mind that the main beneficiary will be the insurance industry,
which gets a huge influx of new policy sales from healthy young people
(paying the same rates as sick old people) who are now required to buy
insurance or else.
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