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TheKentuckian Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-09-09 03:07 PM
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9. K&R
The whole debate is a logical fallacy. There is no point in the amendment to preserve the status quo because the reform bill did not amend it and in fact had strong language to back it up. The only purpose is to create new law and a new school of thought dictating that the government ever handling the money or having money in use for a totally separate purpose at the same location should be seen in the same light as government funding as we have traditionally known it aka giving funds to someone or some entity that will be spent on the services in question. This is new ground and ignoring it as such is dangerous thinking not only now but going forward even on totally unrelated legislation. We can't allow the erosion of rights snuck into need bills just to get them passed.
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