We haven't even gone through the first day with the new 112th Congress and the drama is already starting. One of the first things on the agenda of the new House Republicans is to try and pass a bill that is entitled, "Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act". I wish I was making that title up. As impossible will that be, considering that Republicans don't have the majority in the Senate and Obama has veto power in the White House, the gesture only seems to be a symbolic one at best. But for every action, there is a reaction. Earlier today, a bill was proposed in the House for every person in Congress to disclose whether or not they are enrolled and/or using the government health plan. And guess what happened... every Republican, including them crafty Tea Baggers, voted against it. You would think if they were so against government regulation, against government sponsored everything and against the Health Care Bill, telling the very people who voted for them that they actually live up to the words they used to get into office would be a good thing. Alas, what's good for a soundbite to swoon our nation's ever growing idiocracy is never good to actually live by. And to think... debates about the debt ceiling are looming not too far in the distance. This is gonna be a LONG two years.