James Madison's cat

The old country saying..."You could swing a cat overhead by its tail not miss hitting a [blank]: If James Madison twirled a cat by its tail in Congress, he couldn't help hitting a Representative or a Senator, of either party, who is shielded from the same legislation which he or she has passed in Congress. James would hit several Congressmen who did insider trading under the privilege of the Congressional Rules. And every one of his feline flogged victims, and the ones he might have missed,  are exempt from ObamaCare.  They have their own posh healthcare arrangements for themselves, their family, and perhaps even their staff. James would be much disappointed.  He had promised in the Federalist Papers, and specifically Federalist 57... "...that they (Congress)  can make no law which will not have its full operation on themselves and their friends, as well as on the great mass of the society. ... what is to restrain the House of Representatives from making legal...(Read Full Post)