CALLER: Good, how are you doing, Glenn?
CALLER: As a watchdog I've been kind of trying to watch it on legislation, and not necessarily situation in itself but how to solve the Conyers problem of not being able to read the legislation.
GLENN: Sure, because you are not a you are not an attorney.
CALLER: I'm not an attorney.
CALLER: And I don't have three days.
GLENN: Right, got it.
CALLER: So the concept I've come up with, the blogosphere's been a wonderful thing. It expands great, lots of numbers, lots of things that work with us. And one of the things that you've stated several times is use their strengths against them. So looking at this, I said how do you break a 1,000 page Bill apart. Well, if you have 1,000 people, you can read a page in about five minutes. You've translated that page into one sentence, then it would be instead of 1,000 pages, it's 1,000 sentences. With 1,000 people you can break this apart, have it back, regurgitated in about, I'm guessing probably about three hours, max.
GLENN: So how do you want to so what are you suggesting we do?
CALLER: Well, I've got a blog set up that I am posting the bills up, and the concept is everybody takes the last three digits of their Social Security number and whatever that number is, you read that page.
GLENN: I like that.
CALLER: Regurgitate it. Post it as, you know, say it's Page 750. You take that page, read it, post under Page 750 and, you know, somebody else comes along and has that same page, they can continue off of that same post so that you have several different views of the same language which hopefully would also point out some of the potential unintended consequences, quote/unquote that always seems to come out of legislation.
GLENN: What is the what's the site?
CALLER: It's breakitapart.ning.com.
GLENN: Break it apart.
CALLER: The sign ins for asamom translate right over.
GLENN: Great. Good. Thank you very much. I appreciate it, Wayne.
CALLER: Thank you, sir.
GLENN: Will you do me a favor? Put that on a tweet that to me and I'll retweet it, all right?
CALLER: Coming out to you.
GLENN: Thank you, man. Appreciate it, bye bye.
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GLENN: Thank you.