Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Republican Sponsored Bill Expected to Pass Gas

(K. Letterman News Agency)

With a solid majority poised to advance a new agenda in the House, Republicans are expected to vote on their first priority of the new session tomorrow morning.

“This majority was blown into office on the winds of change so we could send a strong signal to Washington that it’s not business as usual,” said House Speaker John Boehner. “That’s why House Bill number 54, or ‘The Nanny Nanny Boo Boo, So There’ bill is a top priority.”

The Nanny Nanny Boo Boo, So There bill, though not expected to pass gas in the Senate, offers nothing of any importance to anything at all, and it offers no solutions to any problems facing any American citizen. Many Republicans feel the bill is symbolic.

"Here is an opportunity to show the American public we are not sitting on our hands,” said Gerry Hobble R-CA. “We just lift ourselves up, just a tiny bit, and express ourselves.”

Others defined the bill as an "ill wind" and found it "clouded in mystery." Despite the criticisms, the bill is destined for a vote.

“Few doubted that this bill would reach the house floor, and in truth, it never did,” said Robert Wiskell D-NH. “It kind of hovered."

"It really reeks of partisanship," Wiskell added.

Following the vote, the chamber is expected to adjourn, making the space available for crews from the Environmental Protection Agency.

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