09/26/2007 01:02 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

House Dems Sell-Out MoveOn, Condemnation of Free Speech Gets More Votes than Children

The United States House of Representatives just voted to condemn for an ad, which ran in last Monday's New York Times. The vote was 341-79.

Yesterday, the House passed legislation that will increase health care coverage to an additional 3.5 million children. That vote was 265-159.

By an embarrassingly significant margin, the House of Representatives favors condemning the Constitutional right of free speech over providing health care to children. This is about as bad as it gets. How can these people sleep at night?

I'm beside myself.