This bill would encourage citizen interaction with U.S. Representatives, and increase general trust in Congress, allowing people to be sure that important laws will not be passed before voters have some chance to make their opinions known. The law would also give members of Congress themselves the time that they need to actually read the legislation that they are being asked to vote upon.
But, Senator Lieberman has significantly tipped the hat of the government, suggesting that there was torture taking place right until the date that George W. Bush left office. Given the Bush Administration’s outrageous history of committing multiple acts of torture and then lying about it, shouldn’t the American people have the right to know whether these late acts of torture actually took place?
I’d call this the comment of the year: Mark you retarded idiot, i was about to make a sane comment but then i realized your one of those americans who give other americans a bad name. I hope you die realy soon of cancer or