For those following the issue here’s the discussion in the Senate about changes to the Bill before they would pass it.
Good to know there are people fighting for right. Interesting to note how many (and who) voted NO to the amendments.
One question comes to mind. Call me suspicious but I had a friend who buildings contractor. He had inspectors to deal with, coming around comparing the blueprints to the actual construction and so on. He knew the inspector HAD to find something or he would not go away, or worse, get real picky about little things.
Soooo, he would purposely make a big obvious “mistake” or two. The inspector would announce the easily found errors and feel happy to have done his job and go away.
The “mistakes” got fixed with little effort because they were planned and all the little stuff just slid by. Interesting psychology. Work every time? No…but enough.
I just hope these raging “errors” in the legislation are not distraction and job justification for our Senate, where they fight the big battle but something else is creeping in.
Just a thought.
Know thy enemy of freedom who works via deception and remember, freedom requires eternal vigilance.
“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.”
— Wendell Phillips, (1811-1884), abolitionist, orator and columnist for The Liberator, in a speech before the Massachusetts Antislavery Society in 1852
Link to the debate on the Parliamentary website: