U.S. Representative John Conyers, (D-Mich.), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, at a recent National Press Club luncheon, ridiculed colleagues who have called on House members to read the socialized medicine bill now before that chamber. His response is the complete arrogance one expects from liberal elites who have absolute control of the government. His remarks either mean the legislation is too complex or not worth his sworn duty to his constituents and country. The scary thing is that he surely reflects the thoughts of a majority of Congressmen. The sad thing is that this didn't merit a mention in the Mainstream Media. Thanks to the CNSNews.com for taping and breaking the story. It runs only 36 seconds:

Representative Conyers doesn't cast a vote without consulting his lawyers. If he can't understand a bill, maybe he shouldn't vote for it and maybe it's too complicated to work. He probably doesn't do his personal business this way, but for something affecting 300 million people, it's no big deal.