Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Michigan, recently summed up the House version of health care reform: “What we’ve decided to do today is abandon the very principles of America.”
Rogers also blisters the Democratic plan for offering “false choices” by insisting “it’s either (a government-run system) or nothing.”
Watch his statement before Big Government makes it disappear from the Web:
Notice that Kentucky congressman Ed Whitfield’s name card was clearly seen behind Rogers the whole time he’s talking. Yet Whitfield is nowhere to be found.
It should cause Kentuckians to wonder if — or how vigorously — Kentucky’s congressmen fought against this plan, which, Rogers emphasizes, allows some government healthcrat to “rip you off your own individual plan.”