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Mike Lee: Senators Only Had Six Minutes to Read “Fiscal Cliff” Bill Before Voting

SuperSam Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 8:12 PM
Then in Jan. 2011, the GOP took the majority in the House, wrote financial recovery bills, and Horrible Harry Reid sat on them; he wouldn't even allow them on the floor for discussion, let alone a vote. For two solid years Reid held up progress for America's recovery for the mess the D'bags (Democrats) put us in. The result; Reid's Senate pulling out a toxic bill at the last minute saying, sign vote this or I will make sure the Bush tax cuts expire, which would hit the lower brackets even harder. The bottom line; D'bags suck; wrecking the economy; overspending like scumbags on waste and corruption, and all WE THE PEOPLE get is the D'bags (Democrats) raising our taxes even more to pay for it.

What could go wrong, right? According to Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee, members of the upper chamber had -- at most -- six minutes to read the “fiscal cliff” bill before they voted on it. Little wonder, then, that the so-called “compromise” (save for a few silver linings) was in many respects a complete and total disaster (via Reason):

“Everything about this bill was a failure…you need look no further than the fact that we were given a total of six minutes before we voted on it. Not one single Senator who voted...