And for more fun, it seems that the Ways and Means committee is just doing a *wonderful* job of being bi-partisan... as long as you define bi-partisan as "Good bye, other party".
The Republicans decided to bring up a vote on a bill addendum sent out less than 24 hours before. The Democrats tried for a stalling tactic, the Republicans decided that they didn't like the tactic and ignored Roberts Rules of Order -- blatantly -- and passed the bill.
There are no words I can use to describe these gentlemen without scalding the wires you're reading this over. Flat out, this is *wrong*. If you set the rules, you should play by them *even if you don't like them*. Ignoring certian parties because you don't like what they have to say is rude, arrogant, and subverts the democratic process.
Republicans on the House Ways And Means Committee -- be *ashamed*.