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Vin de Napkin - Bipartisanship ... at the Wrong Time

If you’re not familiar with HR 5034, by the end of the week you will be.  It’s an H1N1-like acronym for the wine set.

I’ll spare the gory details because there are a number of unanswered questions and reacting vehemently without context creates assumptions and we all know what happens when you assume ... you get tea baggers.

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Or, you get the beer wholesalers taking the “weasel in the hen house” route before their cause with craft brewing becomes a significant issue ...

You can get caught up on HR 5034 here, here, here, and here.

The thing that I want to know is, with a draft of a bill introduced by two Democrats and two Republicans, when did the two parties working together become fashionable?  I must have missed it on MSNBC and FoxNews.

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On 04/19, Wine Harlots wrote:

The bill is in the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee at this time. Here’s the link for the members of the Committee.

http://judiciary.house.gov/about/members.htm

On 04/20, Ranndy Kellogg wrote:

Jeff -

Thanks for bringing this to the forefront.  I am telling everyone that will listen.

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