I believe this president is unshakable in their lame attempts to delegitimize him at every turn…
Let’s see … I think I’m going to go with the Wonkette take on this one:
Imbecile Texas Republican Louie Gohmert is rolling around on the floor of his congressional office in a fit of snickering and spittle, because he figured out that no lawmaker had officially proposed Barack Obama’s American Jobs Act to Congress. This means that technically speaking, the name “American Jobs Act” did not yet exist in the files, because the Democrats are losers. Gohmert immediately pooped himself with puerile excitement and ran off to scribble “American Jobs Act: no more corporate taxes forever” on two sheets of paper and then handed it over to the House. BAM, filed. He wins, that’s it! The name is his!
Oh, he’s such a card, that Gohmert. His legislation consists entirely of repealing the corporate income tax, because of course it does. I’m not sure if he thinks this is a tremendous blow against Obama and his scary jobs proposals, or if he just wakes up each day wondering if there is some pissy little way to gum up the works of government a bit, and will take whatever small victories toward that end he can get.
Again, I point out: this is the stuff your Congress does instead of governing. I would at this point rather have the United States placed in the care of a high school “Model U.N.” conference, because I think they would almost certainly take the job more seriously than most of the narcissistic clowns that are there now. Or maybe the House should just go on permanent fundraising vacation: it isn’t like their September return from vacation has been one stick more productive than their month-long August absence.
- The other ‘American Jobs Act’ (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com)
- Cong. Louie Gohmert Thinks Obama Chose Debt Deadline Date Because Of His Birthday (alan.com)
- Rep. Louis Gohmert introduced his own American Jobs Act of 2011 (bellalu0.wordpress.com)
- GOP Rep. swipes Obama’s bill name (cbsnews.com)
- GOP Rep’s Jobs Act Abolishes Corporate Taxes (newser.com)