The energy bill, developed during secret meetings by a task force headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, was written exclusively by Republicans, who shut out Democrats from conference committee talks that have historically been bipartisan.The Medicare bill started out as a bipartisan effort, with Kennedy working with Republican colleagues. But House Republican leaders forced dramatic revisions to the bill and rewrote the package in closed-door sessions.Last week Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives were given a closed-door briefing by Condoleezza Rice, President Bush's national security adviser, about the Iraq war, the extension of duty for U.S. troops and the June 30 handover of Iraqi sovereignty. Democrats in Congress were not invited and not allowed to participate.
So I'm wondering if you're too young to remember the Bush presidency or if you just spin out this crap hoping no one will check on it? Either way you are creating an inappropriately hostile atmosphere by calling a contributor a liar, and lecturing him "that's what your problem is". You do not use facts, seem not to be aware of even recent history, yet try to belittle people who clearly have more knowledge than you.