Sunlight and Simplicity!
Much of the anger generated by ObamaCare was a result of the Democrats’ cowardly attempts to sneak it past the voters. The legislation was unnecessarily complex and unnecessarily lengthy. Bad ideas were buried in intentionally mysterious language. Key votes were held at night, on weekends and on Christmas Eve. Unless Congress is dealing with some national security crisis or natural disaster, is there any excuse for voting at odd | Read More »
Just as a clarification on TVC’s WH’s ‘Sunlight’ abandonment post.
It’s quite good (H/T: Instapundit), but it has one bit at the end that needs to be addressed: UPDATE: FWIW, the Waxman-Markey climate bill passed 219-212. Any guess how many of those 219 (or, for that matter, the 212) really know everything that is in the bill? [bolding mine] None of them, but I just want to make sure that there’s no false equivalence going | Read More »
Let Our Congress Tweet
Well, that didn’t take long. The Sunlight Foundation has launched Let Our Congress Tweet, and posted a fairly good statement on the matter. Good for them. Go sign up to follow their feed.