And during this morning’s media gangbang, it was confirmed.

Personally delivered questions, given a day before the event, still don’t get answered by the Congressman.

These questions remain a mystery:

  1. You have publicly been against government administered health care. Will you give up your own government health care in order to stay consistent with these beliefs?
  2. Do you feel that US troops have the best health care available? If not, why haven’t you worked harder as former Chairman of the Subcommittee on Health to make it so? If so, why shouldn’t ordinary Americans have access to it?
  3. Why do you believe that competition should be limited in the health care industry, when companies like Federal Express and UPS have made it clear that well-managed companies can compete and thrive against government competition like the US Postal Service?
  4. If the government’s public option would spend a trillion dollars on health care in the next decade (as predicted by the CBO), while health care costs are projected to be much more than if no government plan is enacted, would you agree that is a savings to the American public?
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