|"Did I Say That?"|
"Memorials become relics if they do not stir our modern conscience."
The sanctity of our battlefields, monuments, and veterans institutions is of utmost importance to preserve military history and pay respect to those who fought."
Mr. Waxman has been all over with gamesmanship.
How many oversight committee hearings did he holler about, even as the ranking member, most of which was neither necessary nor beneficial to the well-being of this republic?
The one memorial which will be written all over us in red ink -- the national debt -- Waxman has openly repudiated, baldly claiming, "We're not broke."
Yet Congressman Paul Ryan has cogently asserted, aside from the $16 trillion national debt spooking investors already, that in three years bondholders will demand higher interests rates to take on more American debt, a move that will spike a Greek-like credit crisis.
If Congressman Waxman cares about the recuperative care and memory of our soldiers, then why does he not repeal his landmark legislation, Obama-WaxmanCare, an enormous piece of legislation which imposes the highest tax hike in American history while limiting access to health care by driving up premiums and pricing insurance carriers and doctors out of the health care industry?
And then there's the debt thing, which added $5 trillion following Obama's profligate spending spree, which Waxman went along with without reservation.