Saturday, July 18, 2009

health care reform reading material

With the confirmation hearings of Judge Sonia Sotomayor set aside for now, the focus of congress is now squarely on health care reform. Already, a Senate bill has made it out of two committees and a House bill has cleared an important committee as well. So, before bob and abe give their take on this critical issue, here's a few interesting articles detailing the events of this past week. 

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  1. If you want a Supreme Court nominee that DIDN'T say all the right things, try Robert Bork. He tried to have a REAL debate/discussion on REAL issues, and of course, gave a little something to piss everyone off. Bork was a true legal intelectual powerhouse, no idealogue, perfect for the Supreme Court. That taught all future nominees to say NOTHING. From that point forward, if the opposition party can't dig up enough dirt for the media to destroy the person, the nominee will be confirmed. The Senate confirmation process is pointless and worthless.