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January 6, 2013

House majority shows it cares more about ideology than people

In politics, as in most things, it’s not about the guts of an issue -- what’s good or bad about it -- but how the guts look. Seasoned viewers of politics know making law is akin to making sausage. Not a pretty sight. But just as the new year dawned, House Republicans brought out the meat grinders, stuffer machines and casings for all to see. The House GOP majority allowed itself to get caught up in yet another example that reinforces the impression that it cares more about ideology than real people in need.

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