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A Democratic Congressman from Illinois told his constituents that he does not worry about the constitution when it comes to the health care bill signed into law last week by the president, before misquoting from the Declaration of Independence and claiming he had read the 2700 page legislation three times.
Representative Phil Hare made the comments at a meeting yesterday with his constituents in Quincy that was captured on camera.
As Hare was questioned over the constitutionality of forcing 30 million Americans to buy insurance from private companies, one member of the public asked “wh
Originally posted by ventian
Coming from infowars it could be two things (just to let you know, he probably doesn't care too much for the constitution).
1. Taken out of context as in "I don't think that this bill interferes with the constitution".
2. The guy slipped up and actually let them know how he felt.
Either way its on them. They voted the guy in and they better remember this come November. Politicians and corporations haven't killed this country. The ones that abuse their right to vote without proper research have.