Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Gibbs 'Squirms' on the 'Deemed Passes' Strategy Questioning

This is the passing without voting on it I mentioned earlier. The best use of this idea I have seen thus far is that taxpayers should “deem” their taxes to be considered paid without paying them.

Videos embedded below.


  1. a majority , though not a clear one, of americans now support passing the bill, btw.


    as far as the bizarre concern trolling over procedure, I generally agree with Norman Ornstein's opinion:


  2. @Ian Spencer Dubrowsky - a majority of Americans do not support passing the bill. Even in the weird way they phrased the question the slimmest possible plurality (well within the margin of error) think it is better then doing nothing (which is not what the Republicans are pushing, they are pushing alternatives). The polls that I have seen show that people do not want the bill to pass.

  3. you believe the polls you want to belive, then ignore the polls that say the vast majority of americans prefer a single payer system, or a public option or a medicare for all buy in.

    Polls are more or less irrelevant to me in how i make my opinions, but they seem very important to you so I thought you'd want to know.

    Republicans say they have alternatives, I read there ideas. I don't think any of them have been serious or sincere. believe whatever you want.


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