May 23, 2010

"Arizona Sing-A-Long": The Importance of Reading

Monique Chartier

(... the AZ law before commenting on it). H/T NewsBuster's Noel Sheppard.

On a slightly more serious note, Rep Peter Palumbo's bill to bring the "Arizona" - aka, the US federal - immigration law to Rhode Island will be heard in the House Judiciary Committee late Thursday afternoon.

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The world of politicians is such an alien world to me - facts and merit totally irrelevant, rhetoric all that matters. I would never dream of showing up to court without having read every page in a case file.

Posted by: Dan at May 23, 2010 10:05 PM

Monique, it gets even better.
Posner and Crowley never read the law either.
The anti-American lefties in this government just can't help themselves.
So embarrassing!

Posted by: Tim at May 24, 2010 6:19 AM

While we all know that politicians cannot read every word , of every bill; we like to hope that they keep up on the important ones. This expectation seems to have died an unlamented death.

This was brought home forcefully during the Obamacare hearings. It was very strange to hear them announce that they had not read it, but were voting for it anyway. "And the crowd roared".

Posted by: Warrington Faust at May 24, 2010 7:51 AM

Warrington Faust... or vote against it without reading it and the crowd spit and swore- your point is well taken.

Posted by: David S at May 24, 2010 8:42 PM
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