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    Re: Congressional leaders fight against posting bills online

    Show the bill, for all I care. The only problem I can foresee is the general public freaking out over things they don't understand, which is quite common.

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    Re: Congressional leaders fight against posting bills online

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    They are against it because it would allow a means by which the American public could view the bill and find all of the pork hidden in it.

    Congress doesn't want its pork exposed.
    That would be the butt portion, right?

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    Re: Congressional leaders fight against posting bills online

    Quote Originally Posted by Smoke[MaxX] View Post
    Show the bill, for all I care. The only problem I can foresee is the general public freaking out over things they don't understand, which is quite common.
    Like millions for a mouse? The libs think the average American is stupid which is why they think they can get away with anything... I got news for them.

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    Re: Congressional leaders fight against posting bills online

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I think three days should be a minimum with a day added per 50-100 pages.A thousand pages 10-20 days posted online before voting.
    That would be fine with me.




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    Re: Congressional leaders fight against posting bills online

    Quote Originally Posted by Crunch View Post
    That would be the butt portion, right?
    I would say its three quarters of the bill. Congress just loves pork belly.

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