Three interesting out-takes from this report:
Nobody is going to bring a bill before Christmas, and maybe not even then, if this ever happens," Feingold said. "The divisions are so deep. I never seen anything like that."
Feingold reiterated his appraisal a bit later.
"We're headed in the direction of doing absolutely nothing, and I think that's unfortunate,"
Feingold said he supported the stimulus package earlier this year because of the recession, but he said he would not guarantee his vote for a second stimulus if one was proposed.
"This was an emergency situation to get the economy going," Feingold said. "And I have told the administration not to count on me for another stimulus package. You can't just keep doing this because it creates hyperinflation."
Feingold also said he has not been a supporter of so-called cap-and-trade proposals, and he compared the issue to global warming, at least with respect to gaining cooperation from other nations.
However, you are wrong about whether HR3200 covers abortion with taxpayer dollars; it does, albeit it's a real smoke-and-mirrors deal--that is, the bill's authors did their very best to hide it. No wonder you couldn't find it in there.
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"You can't just keep doing this because it creates hyperinflation."
Spoken like a lawyer.
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