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From: Lee Small (e-mail him)
Depending on their audience, most politicians may say one thing one day but then something completely different the next day.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has developed a new technique. Reid refuses to say what he thinks about the most important Congressional legislation currently under debate.
About health care, Reid said to a group of reporters:
"It would be really premature for me to lay out for each of you what I think should be in this bill. What I think should be in the bill is something that I will vote according to my conscience when it gets on the floor." [Reid's Secrecy on Health Care Reform Provokes Admiration, Frustration by Lisa Marscano, Las Vegas Sun, July 29, 2009]
Reid's often-stated stance that "comprehensive immigration reform" will pass this year will come back to haunt him in 2010.
Small's previous letter calling for Reid's removal is here.