Politico reports that “many on Capitol Hill fear it could lead to a brain drain” and notes that “[t]he problem is far more acute in the House, where lawmakers and aides are generally younger and less wealthy.”
What? Obamacare disproportionally hurts those with lower incomes? It may come as a surprise, but it shouldn’t. We’ve known this since before the legislation even passed.
More to the point, why did Rep. Larson vote to impose on the country a health coverage system that “is simply not fair”?
Sarah Palin is right. The problem isn't a few agents in Cincinnati "going rogue". And it's not a few reporters -- and their parents -- being targeted for doing their job. And it's not a couple dozen contractors leaking classified documents. The problem is government grown so big that it intrudes into every aspect of our lives.
Hat tip: BadBlue News.
Now this has got to be the feel good story of the week!
Too late, brain drain already in place.
Brain drain, nope, brain dead ......
John Larson can be the poster boy for the idiocy in politics. I suspect they spend more time reading the Wall Street Journal than read any Bills they're voting on.
Government elites do not "intrude into" but rather "defecate upon" American peasant society.
yWhere was this concern when this hack voted to force this added cost on the rest of us all the while he and the light worker throttled the economy in it's bed.
Live with it you imperious hypocrite.
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