Is it just me (and Josh Marshall), or are other people a little bit concerned about how trivially easy it was for politicians to slip provisions into the spending bill this past week without any notice or debate? For the past few days, we’ve been hearing a lot about the measure that would allow lawmakers to view any American’s tax returns; yesterday, we learned that another addition was a measure that allows health care companies to ignore state and local laws regulating the provision of reproductive health services. How many other red-hot pokers are hidden in the text of the 3,000-page bill?