The GPO (Government Printing Office) currently prints 325 copies of every public bill and joint resolution and 475 copies of simple and concurrent resolutions. The bills are then distributed to all cosponsors and original cosponsors. As a frame of reference, the health care bill passed last year was about 2,300 pages. With 325 copies printed, that amounts to 747,500 pages of printed paper for the health care bill alone.
While Congressman Grimm was keeping his promise to cut spending the man he beat (Michael McMahon) in November's election was speaking before a liberal Democratic club in Staten Island and clearly demonstrated that he and the Democrats still don't get it. He was quoted by silive.com as saying "I told you I would not move to vote to repeal it [health care], now the guy who got elected [Michael Grimm] wants to repeal the whole thing."
Go Congressman Grimm, go!
Special thanks to my friend Bob Capano for background info for this post.