Sunday, January 31, 2010

Congress sits on amendment for a week

Members of Congress must really like losing elections.

After Leonard Boswell introduced his constitutional amendment to abolish corporate personhood, the House Judiciary Committee has sat on it for over a week.

Not a single action has been taken on this proposal (which was supposed to see easy passage) since it was introduced.

What the hell does the House Judiciary Committee do then? Baste?

1 comment:

  1. We are very, very busy! We're probably not going to take this amendment seriously, anyway!