UNITED STATES SENATE, IN ERROR PASSES JIMMY BUFFETT RULE: SESSION ENDED ABRUPTLY AS LEGISLATORS STUMBLED TO THE CAPITOL BAR AND BISTRO NEARBY:Ms Clinton NOT HAPPY

Weary from being put upon by the American people because of the terrible economy and inflationary prices for food and gasoline, a democratic member of the United States Senate put forth the Jimmy Buffett bill instead of a similar bill to whose name Warren Buffet had been attached. The latter would have been a disaster for the country, while the Senate led by harry reid has been a disaster in progress. The recorded vote was 61 ayes, enough to pass the bill and send it to the president for his signature. Disregarding any further business for the session, members stumbled en masse over to the Capitol Bar and Bistro where they drank the bar dry of Tequila, a major provision in the bill.

Members of the House rushed out to join their fellow democrats only to find to their dismay that they would not get Happy in Margaritaville.

It was rumored but not confirmed that Ms. Clinton fresh from conducting state business at a Cuban bar in Cartagena, expressed anger at not being invited.

BELIEVE IT OR NOT….THIS IS SATIRE…………..but our government is clearly capable of anything as evidenced by recent current events.

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2 Responses to UNITED STATES SENATE, IN ERROR PASSES JIMMY BUFFETT RULE: SESSION ENDED ABRUPTLY AS LEGISLATORS STUMBLED TO THE CAPITOL BAR AND BISTRO NEARBY:Ms Clinton NOT HAPPY

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