The Wall Street Journal looks at how a Pfizer CEO and Big Pharma colluded with the White House at the public’s expense. Included here as we have trouble with linking. On Friday House Republicans released more documents that expose the collusion between the health-care industry and the White House that produced ObamaCare, and what a story of crony capitalism it is. If the trove of emails proves anything, it’s that the Tea Party isn’t angry enough.
Congressman Walz says he has requirements for health care reform but he voted for a House bill that did not meet his requirements. Our Congressman says a lot but not much of it is serious or real.
Fran Bradley discusses passage of H.F.3962 in the Post-Bulletin (included here because it will disappear from their web site)… “Ideology run amok,” is the way Minnesota Democrat Congressman Collin Peterson characterized the recent health care reform bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives. He added, “I have so many problems with this bill I don’t even know where to start.” In fact, 39 Democrat members of the U.S. House voted against the bill — it passed by the narrow margin of 220-215. The Wall Street Journal called it “The Worst Bill Ever.” How could such a hugely controversial bill pass? What is it about the bill that seems to be so distasteful to all but the far left? It appears that it passed due to some old-fashioned …
John Stossel at RealClearPolitics has a problem with the House vote on health care.