Congressional Amnesia

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From the only reliable source of news on the net, the Onion.  I don’t know, I think we would be better off if Congress had forgotten how to pass a law a few years ago.  At any rate, I always attempt to come to the assistance of fools, drunks and the United States Congress, so here is a little reminder as to how a bill becomes a law:

However, sometimes practice does depart a wee bit from theory:

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  1. “Suppose you were a congressman. And, suppose you were an idiot. But, I repeat myself.” Mark Twain

    After liberty and property, the gravest threat of big government is its propensity to unleash upon the people unnecessary hells.

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