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From: Millie (71.86.45.202)
Subject:         It does matter in that it was your claim that there is pork in the bill.
Date: August 9, 2010 at 5:06 pm PST

In Reply to: No, because it doesn't matter what I think was porkish in the bill posted by Queen of my Castle on August 9, 2010 at 4:43 pm:

I didn't think that was such a difficult question at all. Huh. Let me ask it a different way then: What did the Republican party think was pork in the bill? I thought that might have been implied in my original question but whatever. Why did they vote against it? That's the question never answered.

As far as Dems "reading" the bill, don't you remember that we cleared that whole propaganda thing up? When your source, CNS, was it?, claimed that they weren't reading the bills and linked to two sentences, we found out they were being less than honest because once we found the entire clip, we showed that they were talking about "not reading it on the floor," which is something entirely different than never having read it at all. Not reading an entire bill on the floor of Congress is almost always the procedure agreed upon so as not to use precious time reading what everyone else has already read. I can't believe your forgot that whole CNS-false-claims debacle.

M.


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