As Sen. Rand Paul brought up on Monday’s Sean Hannity show:
How can we pay someone to be a consultant to government who’s frankly admitting they were dishonest?
While I don’t advocate blindsiding someone at work like Hannity’s crew did to Gruber, he’s certainly not some random face in a crowd of 300 million other Americans. Should he return what he took from the taxpaying public he so callously disparaged? I can’t say but I’ll leave you with this note from Charles Krauthammer on The Washington Post:
Now, it’s not unconstitutional to lie. Nor are laws enacted by means of deliberate deception thereby rendered invalid. But it is helpful for citizens to know the cynicism with which the massive federalization of their health care was crafted.
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