(CNSNews.com) – When asked by CNSNews.com whether he had read all of the 10,535 pages of final regulations for Obamacare that have so far been published in the Federal Register, Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) asked in reply, “Is it important that I read it?”
At the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, CNSNews.com asked Representative Waxman whether he had read the 10,535 pages of final, published Obamacare regulations.
Waxman said, “Have you read them?”
When asked again, “Have you read them?” Waxman said, “Is it important that I read it?”
CNSNews.com then asked Waxman if he thought it was important for the American people to read the 10,535 regulations.
Waxman, however, did not answer the question directly. He said, “I think it’s a propaganda question and I refuse to talk to you about it.”
Since March 2010, when President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and its companion Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act (HCERA), various federal agencies have published in the Federal Register 110 final regulations governing how Obamacare will be implemented.
Those regulations add up to 10,535 pages in the Federal Register. That ismore than eight times as many pages as there are in the Gutenberg Bible, which has 642 two-sided leaves or 1,286 pages.
Thank You CNS and Ms Starr.
According to the President - who Refuses to Negotiate with Republicans over a 1 yr delay of ObamaCare's implementation - and his partisans, it's the Republicans fault, . . . . and Rep. Waxman wants to know if it's important that he's even Read the Bill.