In the video, the Congressman is answering questions on Obamacare. He is being antagonized by the man taping him, and finally says "I'm not worried about the Constitution on this."
The Congressman posted a response, which is on the same page I linked. After watching both, I have the following response.
1) Clearly, the quote was out of context. I think it's abundantly clear he means he doesn't feel there are Constitutional issues with the bill.
2) I do think the man questioning him is hilarious. "Jackpot, brother" and "better start looking for a job." Oh, and I forgot: I answered it and you told me I was a liar." ---"That's because you are."
3) # 1 aside, the rep sounds like sort of a dick. The longer I'm around, the more I'm convinced there are only maybe 9 or 10 different personalities out there. This guy reminds me of one of the school board members I knew from the district I reside in. That is, he's a good guy, but absolutely convinced he is right. He is arrogant. He doesn't seem to understand that his job is to represent the wishes of his constituents. He wasn't put there for his unique judgement.
4. In the Youtube age, the rep. has to be smarter than this. He's all irritated and indignant about what happened. Dude, you said you weren't worried about the Constitution. Granted, it was totally out of context...but that is what happens with statements like that today. Everything you say is for public consumption...everything.