Just Because A Bill Is Long Doesn’t Mean It’s Bad

Printing out the new House Republican health care bill (left) kills way fewer trees than printing out Obamacare (right). But should that really be a selling point?

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Printing out the new House Republican health care bill (left) kills way fewer trees than printing out Obamacare (right). But should that really be a selling point?

Alex Wong/Getty Images

To President Trump, bigger is better.

He has inflated the size of his buildings (counting stories that aren’t there). He exaggerated the size of the crowd at his inauguration (a million and a half — it wasn’t). And he, of course, famously lashed out when he was accused of having small hands. (If that implied something else must be small, he said during a nationally televised debate, “There’s no problem. I guarantee you.”)

But when it comes to the health care bill, the Trump administration believes smaller is better.

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