House Set to Pass Health Care Reform Without a Vote

Is this 1984 or the logical conclusion of what Ayn Rand always warned us about?

In the House of Representatives, Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y.) has introduced a motion that, once passed, will proclaim that the House has deemed the Senate version of health care reform to have passed once it enacts "fixes" to the Senate Bill.

In other words, no one in the House will ever have to stand up and be counted as voting yea or nay for the health care reform measure.

Cute trick, huh?

My question is–if the Dems do that, will the Supreme Court rule it unconstitutional?

Answer: If the justices have any balls, they will.

Read it here and weep for our freedoms lost.

House Set to Pass Health Care Reform Without a Vote is a post from: Labor Law Guy

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