As the Senate Finance Committee was marking up the Republican tax cut bill, Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) caused Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) to explode with rage by telling Republicans that this tax cut isn’t really for the middle class. It’s for the rich, and Republicans should drop the sarcasm and tell the truth about the tax cut.
Orrin Hatch (R-UT) doesn't know what's in the Senate health care bill he's going to vote for either, so he's just as much a victim of Republican hubris as you, except he will get to keep his Obamacare and of course he has access to the bill. But still. In a world where it's your fault that Republicans hate you, you can understand how Hatch is the victim.
Orrin Hatch (R-UT) doesn’t know what’s in the Senate health care bill he’s going to vote for either, so he’s just as much a victim of Republican hubris as you, except he will get to keep his Obamacare and of course he has access to the bill. But still. In a world where it’s your fault that Republicans hate you, you can understand how Hatch is the victim.
If I have a cause as a contributing writer to PoliticusUSA, it is to expose the ongoing and relentless attempts to render the Postal Service as a largely irrelevant errand boy for giant for-profit corporate interests.
Last night on her MSNBC program, Rachel Maddow went after the Senate Republicans’ hypocrisy and lies against healthcare reform, but she specifically targeted Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT). Maddow characterized Hatch’s recent op-ed in The Washington Post as containing, “blatant, outright, laugh out loud falsehoods.”Hatch responded by Twittering to complain about how Maddow ran him down and he called it a badge of honor.
Orrin Hatch (R-UT) worries that repealing the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy which has been in place since the Clinton presidency will result in gay rights groups wanting special rights, but Granting everybody the same rights – to serve in the military, to get married, to have the same rights before the law, are not special rights. They are the very basic rights guaranteed by law to every individual in the United States.