I sometimes browse a few conservative blogs, just to get a sense of what “the other side” is talking about. Today there seems to be a lot of attention on something that happened in the House of Representatives today (or last night). From what I can tell, the assertion is that the majority used some sort of tactic (similar to, but not exactly the same as, something the previous majority had done before, to outrage) to change the votes on a particular issue, completely reversing the result.
I’m afraid, despite the explanations therein, I don’t fully understand just what happened. Is what happened proper, procedurally and ethically? Is the outrage justified? (Outrage validity, I’ve found, varies widely across the board, so I’m not assuming yet that this is nothing.)