Monday, August 24, 2009

Dirty secret No. 3 in Obamacare ~ By Chuck Norris

From WorldNetDaily Chuck NorrisBy Chuck Norris Posted: August 24, 2009 ~ 1:00 am Eastern © 2009 Ever heard the saying, "Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence"? That's true for any of the 1,000+ page versions of Obamacare. Having informed you in previous columns of "Dirty secret No. 1" and "Dirty secret No. 2" in Obamacare, dirty secret No. 3 is the sin of omission. It's what the health care bill doesn't say that will bite you in the end. If you were writing 1,000+ pages on a subject, don't you think you'd have enough space to cover the essentials? But what if some of the issues were political hotbeds? And, if you were trying to sell the package, are there issues you'd intentionally leave out? If you were a Washington bureaucrat, I know you would! In 1,000+ pages, there's surprisingly sparse coverage or complete avoidance of a host of necessary issues. I would cite pages in the bill as I've done in my other articles, but there aren't any covering them. These are questions that need specific answers by the Obama administration as well each of our representatives. [READ ENTIRE COLUMN]
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