Well, in the past, he used to be one of the more honest people in Washington who cared about the dismantling of the Constitution so that is why we are all surprised by the change in his vote. Some people think he was either bribed or threatened. But I'm not so sure of that. I think he is just doing what he thinks is the best thing to do, even though it is not. Because of his political beliefs, he thinks healthcare is a basic "right" and I strongly disagree him there. The founding fathers of this country would have disagreed with him too. It doesn't say anywhere in the Constitution that healthcare is a "right". We are only guaranteed the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. We are not entitled to healthcare just like we are not entitled to having a job, a house, a car or food on our table. Even though these things may be a necessity, we are supposed to pursue them on our own independently. This HC bill is a clear violation of our right to liberty because it is forcing each and every one of us to buy a product. It is unconstitutional to force citizens to buy anything. Besides, no one who requires medical attention is ever turned away in this country, even if they are here illegally. Thus, we already have the right to healthcare as it is. But as far as Dennis is concerned, I thought it was extremely poor judgment that he arrived at his decision after discussing it with his wife. Why would he have to discuss this with his wife first?