What the Pennsylvania Media Is Saying About the Senate Debate and the House Bill
I want to start with what the media is saying on the Senate debate, because this will be news, and no matter what the media says, it doesn’t change the reality. The media has been telling us that the House version of the bill is much better than the Senate version, but they are not. Nowhere in the media have they given any time frame for when they are talking about when we’ll actually see it. They are calling it a compromise, even though there was no compromise. But when they talk they only talk in terms of what’s in the bill. That has happened on abortion. On education, they only say what’s in the Senate bill, they don’t say what’s in the House bill.
Now, about the coverage. The media has been telling us that it’s very disappointing that there isn’t a vote on the bill, but that’s not true, because they don’t care, they don’t care, they don’t care. The media has ignored that that there are about 500 bills in the entire house and senate that are being voted on right now. They barely touch them. It doesn’t matter how many, or how few of those bills get voted on, the media doesn’t cover the ones that get voted on. They only cover the ones that get voted.
Now, in the media they say that it’s very disappointing that the Senate didn’t give any time frame for when they were going to vote on the bill. But, again, they don’t cover the bill. They only cover the ones that get voted.
So, the media is not really talking about the bill. They’re just talking in terms of what’s in the bill. There is really no