If you can provide a comparable corporate meeting agenda that wouldn't get someone fired for doing that, then ill entertain your viewpoint.
And for what it's worth his extreme bias isn't a defence, that's just another problem area isn't it?
He's supposed to be there representing his people. But he's not. He's there representing himself and his friends, well at least he would be if he was paying attention.
His dismissive "oh, well" defence is also disgusting - this is not a man that works for the people, and he's not even pretending he is. That's a big issue when it comes to politics.
This man should be listening to different view points, balancing the numbers and pondering the facts. The fact that he made up his mind on day 1 and is now just sticking his fingers in his ears is a gross abuse of his position and is the exact opposite of how he should be doing his job.