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Thursday, May 4, 2017

House of Representatives Malpractice

If the House of Representatives were to be a medical professional (or any other professional), it might be charged with malpractice.  Why?

Aside from obstructing justice in the investigation of a wildly illegal POTUS, there is a longstanding deficiency of high importance. That is, they often pass legislation without simulating and testing the operational consequences.

It is akin to a computer programmer installing software without first testing, validating and verifying that it will work.

They do this for several reasons:

1. They are incompetent
2. They are compelled to act and are in a hurry
3. They are fiscally and socially irresponsible

The answer is "all of the above."

"GOP rushing to vote on healthcare without analysis of changes
By Peter Sullivan and Cristina Marcos 
House Republicans are once again fast-tracking consideration of their ObamaCare replacement bill without knowing the full impact of the legislation they’ll vote on Thursday." 
http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/331863-gop-rushing-to-vote-on-healthcare-without-analysis-of-changes

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