Suddenly, Obama Discovers Bush Mental Health Proposals
In 2007, the Democrat congress ignored Bush's proposals. Obama picks them out of the waste bin and calls them his own.
Some of the measures proposed by President Obama following December’s Newtown massacre bear a striking resemblance to recommendations made after the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting spree, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers said Thursday.
The group of six members of the Energy and Commerce Committee wants to know what became of the George W. Bush-era proposals to better identify and treat people with mental health problems.