So when the left does it, its protected dissent, but when the chief executive officers do it, they are summoned to have their pee pees slapped by the Wax Man. Yeah, I see the "equality" here. Dont' you?Chairman Henry A. Waxman and Subcommittee Chairman Bart Stupak today announced that the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations will hold a hearing on April 21, 2010, regarding claims by Caterpillar, Verizon, and Deere that provisions in the new health care reform law could adversely affect their company's ability to provide health insurance to their employees. These assertions appear to conflict with independent analyses, which show that the new law will expand coverage and bring down costs.
Chairman Waxman and Subcommittee Chairman Stupak sent a letter to the Chief Executive Officers of Caterpillar, Verizon, Deere and others requesting their testimony at the hearing as well as information and documentation from each company on the law's projected impact.
Don't you think it was equally horrendous that Sandy Berger removed classified documents and walked out with them stuffed in his pants pocket?
Since when was Valerie Plame a covert operative? She was nothing but a CIA analyst, a position that even her neighbors knew she held.
You need to go back and re-read what you posted. I bolded it for you, but I guess in your haste to shoot me down, you forgot what you wrote. Here, I will repeat it for you. You said that dissent was allowed in this country. You did not mention Jodie Evans' being a traitor. You only mentioned her right to dissent. I responded with the CEOs' right to dissent concerning the health care bill. Now, do you understand?