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9th March
2010
written by Sean Noble

Nancy Pelosi has hit new heights in craziness. Her definition of legislative debate is to pass a bill, then learn what it does. She actually believes that the Democrat health care bill needs to pass, so then the American people can find out what is in it.

Call it the “trust me, you don’t need to know what’s in this bill until after it passes” factor.

“But we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of the controversy.”

So legislation shouldn’t be debated, because that can be, you know, really confusing… foggy, so to speak.

So Nancy is there to clear up the fog. Isn’t that nice of her?

The Democrat Dictionary version of transparency: read the bill after it passes.

UPDATE: Thanks to a friend of mine who posted it on Facebook, we have a clip of Pelosi’s quote.

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4 Comments

  1. quinn
    11/03/2010

    ok so it me or is that pic REALLY CREEPY

  2. RonJ
    11/03/2010

    I’m gonna throw up.

  3. Ginni
    12/03/2010

    That picture simultaneously cracks me up and induces nausea.

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