Read the Bills
Government waste has gone far beyond outrageous and government corruption is a rotting, bloated stinking pig that has been poisoning us. Many of us were unaware it was even happening.
We are now fully aware and IT MUST STOP!! The trillions of dollars that were spent on bailouts opposed by the voters, and Obamacare plan that helped make America a bankrupt nation have put our country in financial jeopardy.
And making matters worse, our lawmakers still do not give themselves enough time to even read the laws before they vote on them. Often they have not been printed and they are asked to read them. The bills do not exist yet they vote on them.
How many of you think they were able to read the almost 2700 pages of Obamacare legislation in three days. It's a joke. How many of you can read a 2700 page book in less than a day? Who are they kidding? Who are they serving? Who have they served? Certainly not us! BTW, the reconciliation language and the amendments pushed the Obamacare page total to well over 3,000 pages with almost every word intended to control one facet of your life or one part of your body. Keep the government out of our bodies, please! They will kill us.
Let's buy them all cardboard trans-files so they have enough to make their moves back home. Then, let's throw the bums out!
Rand Paul, who just exited the presidential race knows that both Republicans and Democrats write tons of pages in bills and have over the life of the Obama presidency and nobody representing the people read the bills. In December 2015, Paul (R-Ky.) said he voted against the big moose $1.1 trillion government spending bill that reportedly gave Obama all the funding he needs until he is forced to leave office when his term expires. Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnel and all of Congress that voted for this, including Matt Cartwright and Bob Casey, Jr. need to be expelled along with Obama. The huge spending bill passed Congress last week because nobody had a chance to read the behemoth legislation.
“It was over a trillion dollars, it was all lumped together, 2,242 pages. Nobody read it, so, frankly, my biggest complaint is that I have no idea what kind of things they stuck in the bill,” Rand Paul told host John Catsimatidis on “The Cats Roundtable” on New York’s AM 970.
“I voted against it because I won’t vote for these enormous bills that no one has a chance to read,” he added.
We could use more Rand Paul's in the Congress and at least one Brian Kelly.