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Quote of the day, “Pelosi doubles down on passing bill FIRST and THEN addressing it” edition

Not content with having made a buffoon of herself the first time, San Fran Nan decides to double down on her idea to pass first, ask questions later.  Details:

In a particularly Alice-in-Wonderland moment, Pelosi argued that the debate over health care reform can begin after the bill is passed. “Pelosi said passing the bill would allow Dems to undertake a ‘debate’ with Republicans over ‘what is the balanced role that government should have,’” writes another pro-reform blogger at the Post, Greg Sargent. According to Sargent, Pelosi explained, “We have to take it to the American people, to say, this is the choice that you have. This is the vision that they have for your health and well being, and this is the vision that we have.” Again, in Pelosi’s scenario, that debate would occur after the bill is passed.

Un. Friggin’. Believable.

March 16, 2010 - Posted by | health care, Palin, quote of the day, socialism


  1. As if cramming the health bill down our throats isn’t bad enough, the House Democrats are now apparently attempting to put wording into the bill that will prohibit the repeal of any portion of the bill by ANY Congress.
    Bye bye Constitution!

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | March 16, 2010

  2. Harry Reid also tried to make something repeal-proof but it cannot be done until that constitution thingy gets changed.

    Comment by tnjack | March 16, 2010

  3. Has anyone seen our Constitution lately? I believe the White House is using it for toilet paper.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | March 16, 2010

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