For over a year, since Obama made healthcare reform front page news, the GOP has been crying. The crying has been that the process is too rushed. The process is too secret. The Democrats are unfair in using a super majority against the ‘will of the  people  [GOP people], and most of all, the GOP has no input on health care reform.

In fact several Democrats have asked for GOP input and provisions have been made for unneeded ‘tort reform’ for the GOP’s CEO voting block. The Democrats never voted through a super majority to pass the legislation. Just a reminder, the legislation hasn’t been passed into law. So where is the abuse of the Super Majority to ram this bill through.

The complaint that burns the GOP the most is the tired accusations of secrecy in the White House, House of Representatives, and the Senate.

Obama has invited the GOP to televised debate on healthcare.

WASHINGTON – Republicans gave a chilly reception Monday to President Barack Obama‘s invitation to discuss health care in a bipartisan, televised setting later this month, part of the White House effort to revive the stalled legislation.

In the first major move to jump-start his health care agenda after his party’s loss of a filibuster-proof Senate majority, Obama on Sunday invited GOP and Democratic leaders to discuss possible compromises in a half-day, televised gathering on Feb. 25.

Hey you two faced liars, now you have exactly what you said you wanted. Public, bipartisan health care debate. And what did you do?