"This is an unusually bad bill, and I have opposed it from the start. The course it has followed almost guarantees that it will be filled with the worst kind of gimmickry. And it is. The Senate may be the world’s greatest deliberative body, but this bill is anything but the product of deliberation. It is a jumble of disjointed ideas, unlikely to solve the crisis at hand, and it’s unpopular.Video of his statement on the Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2009 is at the link.
"It turns out that the American people don’t like the idea of bailing out banks and their neighbors who gambled on home prices.
Sen. Jim Bunning, acting non-crazy for once
He's actually talking sense about the massive government bailout of house buyers and housing loan lenders. About time someone did: