posted on Oct, 29 2009 @ 07:23 PM
reply to post by ZeroGhost
How about them actually using the time to READ the bills and issues they vote on themselves.
To me, THAT is a huge problem. For instance, the new House Health Care Bill is over 1,900 pages long. I'm sure that there are some really concerning
items buried deep in those 1,900 pages. Both parties are guilty of failing to read bills. I was watching one of the news shows tonight, and they
mentioned that the US Civil Rights Bill was 8 PAGES, and certainly most people realize what a milestone that was.
Anything that requires over 1,900 pages to write has to be so confusing, so convoluted, and contain so many contradictions, that it will be a real
problem to enforce.
Now imagine that a court has to rule on provisions of that bill. Will the lawyers read it, will the judge(s) read it, and if not, how just would a
Now imagine 300,000,000 people trying to figure out what their health care rights and coverages are.
It boggles the mind!