Monday, June 6, 2011

Overproduction On Capitol Hill

Reported by E C Koch
ITITY Political Correspondent

Washington DC

In keeping with their long-standing tradition of counter-production, earlier this week, in a rare example of unity, Congress voted to subsidize their own lack of productivity, choosing instead to allow other areas of government an opportunity to disappoint.

The specific goal in mind behind the subvention is, perhaps counter intuitively, to limit competition among elected officials and legislators in Congress in an effort to help rebuild some of the lost confidence of the ever-more-disillusioned American public.

Although there has been some controversy regarding Congress’ decision to appoint itself as the recipient and beneficiary of its own tax-funded subsidy, many political insiders have agreed that this resolution could ultimately have a positive impact on the country’s welfare.

One former Senator effectively summarized the motion stating, “Trust me, when these guys are trying, they do more harm than good.”

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