More than 80 percent of Americans agree that Congress drafts lengthy, complex bills to hide spending on special interests and to prevent constituents from understanding what’s in them before a vote is taken, according to a new survey.
According to a Zogby poll conducted last week, 83.5 percent of respondents agreed at least “somewhat” with the lengthy-bill premise, and 61.2 percent of Americans agreed strongly. Only 14.4 percent disagreed, and just 5.8 percent did so strongly.
I doubt if any of what’s hidden is good. The practice probably depends on the lamestream media not doing it’s job, but the bloggers will do theirs, read the bills, and inform you of what is hidden in there.
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