Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Hoyer: Americans don't care about process of health care legislation

What this Democrat hack as well as many of his fellow Domocrats fail to understand is THE PROCESS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE SUBSTANCE.
Do you think any American is going to make the distinction [between process and substance of the bill]? I don't think that any American...any real American out there will make the distinction between the two," House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D - MD) told reporters today when asked if he was concerned of a voter backlash should Democrats follow through in using the "self-executing" rule on the House floor that would "deem" the Senate version of the health care legislation passed in the House without members actually voting on the actual health care bill but a rule instead.

Mr. Hoyer took a Machiavellian tone this afternoon to explain that he believes Americans care more about the fact that a health care bill passes than the procedural motions that are used to get it passed.

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