George Will is either lying, or he doesn't have any idea how to use the Internet. During the panel discussion on This Week, Will says this about the B
George Will is either lying, or he doesn't have any idea how to use the Internet. During the panel discussion on This Week, Will says this about the Baucus bill that came out of the Senate Finance Committee.
Stephanopoulos: And if he does is that the last hurdle? Or are we in for more twists here before the end?
Will: I think there could be more twists and there are going to be a lot of amendments put on the floor. And they're going to have to decide whether or not they're going to allow amendments and to what extent they're going to allow extensive debate.
Stephanopoulos: Nancy Pelosi suggested this week that there might not be any amendments on the House floor.
Will: Of course not for the same reason--although they could put this on the internet in 10 minutes, they haven’t put it on the internet, this 1502 pages, because people might discover what’s in there.
As our reader and tipster Stephen noted today, the bill has been on line since Oct. 19th. Anyone can go read all 1504 pages here and here. I guess it's asking too much of George Stephanopoulos to have pointed that out to George Will.