Saturday, July 25, 2009
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Seemingly no one has read the entire healthcare bill, with even the president saying he's "not familiar" with key provisions. Yet Obama and Pelosi continue to suggest that the bill is so urgent that it can't be delayed by thorough examination or debate.
Of course, this might be related to the fact that the more the bill is examined and debated, the less the American people like it. White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel still insists that a House vote will be taken before the August recess... presumably because the White House knows that support will erode even further when congresspersons have to face their increasingly scared and angry constituents.