It’s quasi-official, virtually official, what have you: the health care bill is dead
See Barney Frank’s statement.
Spencer Warren writes:
I know from extensive experience with politicians that when they make a public pronouncement, there is usually an ulterior, unstated reason behind it, often a poll. In this case, it is that Scott carried Frank’s district. I always say the best description of most politicians is “righteous frauds.”
Posted by Lawrence Auster at January 20, 2010 03:19 PM | Send