Wednesday, December 14, 2011
There was an actual headline in Tuesday's NY Times that the Republican led House of Representatives was taking up a measure to end food stamps and unemployment benefits for millionaires. I suppose their single-digit approval rating has finally prompted them into action to enact such truly meaningful legislation.
Thankfully, the House isn't wasting precious Chamber time on payroll tax cuts and
jobs bills. In fact, they've been quite busy this week. Below is a list of some
other critical measures passed by the House:
-A bill to end farm subsidies to NYC landlords
-A bill prohibiting Talmudic Law from being allowed in US courts
-A bill prohibiting ObamaCare from applying to pets
-A bill limiting the mortgage interest deduction to only people who own homes
-A bill banning fairies and mermaids from serving in the military
-A bill to secure our borders from space aliens
-A bill naming the Statue of Liberty the official statue given to us by the
French around 1886
-A bill restricting the presidency to only people with birth certificates
-A bill declaring the week during the Republican convention "Intelligence Amnesty Week"
-A bill to make English America's official language. Oh wait, this one's actually for real...