Thursday, January 4, 2007

House Dems Moving Goalposts

At The Influence Peddler
The incoming Democratic leadership promised a fast start to the new Congress, with an ambitious '100 Hour' agenda. They then restated that they didn't actually mean the first, you know - 100 hours, or anything. They meant the first 100 legislative hours - a period that could stretch over a number of weeks, actually.

Now, they further clarify that they don't really mean the first 100 legislative hours - they mean the first 100 legislative hours not counting the new House rules package...

(via KausFiles: "It's going to be a long '100 Hours.' ")

Update: Richard E. Cohen looked ahead to the new House with comparisons to the Republican House elected in 1994 and lead by Newt Gingrich.


Blogger TS said...

Oy vey. Perhaps they'll spend the first 100 hours debating what is meant by the first 100 hours.

8:44 AM  

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