Friday, February 13, 2009

What Could Go Wrong?

Democratic Senator Predicts None of His Colleagues 'Will Have the Chance' to Read Final Stimulus Bill Before Vote

"The Democrats have thrown this at us very last-minute," said Rep. Zach Wamp (R-Tenn.). "That's why the rule of thumb in the United States Congress should be, 'When in doubt, vote no,' because the devil is in the details and that's why this stimulus is not worthy of support."

Rep. John Boozman (R-Ark.) shared that sentiment. "The American public expects for us to get in and know what we're voting on," Boozman said. "But there are very few members from Congress that are going to have time to actually read this thing."

"This is not light reading," Boozman added. "It’s difficult reading, it involves policy and things."

It's not like it's big deal or anything.

Seriously, these people shouldn't be running our government, they should be in gitmo.

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