Never mind the fact that our system of government is designed around the basic tenet that proposed legislation should be discussed in a forum where opposing interests have a voice. Nope. The bill is perfect, so everyone that disagrees must be mistaken. Right?
Oh, and lets just ignore the obvious undertones involved when anyone uses the term “radical extremist”. It’s not like people will actually make the links anyway. Right?
I’ve seen a lot of politicians make questionable statements. But this is different.
Moore has essentially eliminated all legitimate opposition to his bill, by simply assuming that he is right and the rest of the country is wrong.
Well, I’m sorry Mr. Moore but you are wrong. Not because you believe in your bill – you have every right to believe in it. No, you are wrong because you do not understand the system of government that is used in this country. It’s called representative democracy, and it means that you as a representative work for us. You do not tell us that we are wrong, we tell you what we want, and you fight for it.
If we tell you that we don’t like a bill, then you don’t pass it. It’s really that simple. If you don’t like the job that we have given you, then go work for someone else.