....are that the Congressman investigating this scandal are being way too nice to him. Yes, they've got him nailed to the wall, as they should, but if it were me doing the questioning, I'd simply point out that, as a Congressman, I agree that he was telling the truth in those videos. Calling something a tax is a great way to get a bill killed, as is admitting the real costs of a policy. Congress routinely (e.g. HIDA) banks on stupidity and ignorance to get bills passed. It is not an accident that no time was allotted for reading and debate prior to the vote for HIDA/Obamacare.
Recognizing these facts, and recognizing his status as an MIT professor who gained millions by doing HIDA consulting, I would proceed to reject his claim that he was just satisfying his vanity, and ask him why he didn't take action, knowing that the arguments made for HIDA (no tax, low cost, nobody loses coverage, etc..) were a complete line of....nonsense.
It's almost like they're coddling him because they don't want to learn the real truth.
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