Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, said that health care had to be passed so that people could read what was in it. No one knew what was in it, but they voted for it anyway.
Now we have Secretary of Homeland Security Napolitano saying that she doesn't know what's in a bill, but she's not going to vote for it anyway.
I wish they'd make up their minds. Either you don't know what's in the bill, but vote for it anyways, or you don't know what's in the bill, but you don't vote for it anyways.