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Hatch, who made the remarks to a gaggle of reporters outside the hearing room in Capitol Hill, was asked to clarify what he meant by “attractive.” He said it meant she was “pleasing.”
Hatch claimed there weren't funds for the children's health insurance program — right before giving tax breaks to corporations and wealthy Americans.
“Let’s face it, once you get them on the dole, they'll take every dime they can."
The Senate continues to plow ahead on comprehensive immigration reform, with a full floor vote expected to come as early as this Tuesday. But how will the House react?
Time, and immigration reform, can't wait ... crisis or no crisis.
The Republicans want a government so small that it can fit inside a woman's uterus.