During an interview last Tuesday, John Boehner
(R—Jack Daniels) said:
“But the president has never created a job. He's never even had a real job, for God's sake. And I can tell you from my dealings with him, he has no idea how the real world, that we actually live in, works.”
In the Real World According to John Boehner, life is an endless flow of booze, bribes from secret donors, booze, placing one’s hands around one’s ankles in order to earn those aforementioned bribes, and booze.
Whatever Boehner’s definition of “a real job” is, it doesn’t apply to Congress’ “work” during this current session. The House has voted sixty times to name or rename a post office. How many times has the House voted to rescue the U.S. Postal Service from its financial crisis, which was CREATED by Congress’ Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006? ZERO.
And the House has voted thirty-three times — yes that’s thirty-three — to repeal Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
YOUR tax dollars at work.
But to his credit, John Boehner has probably created a few jobs himself. If he were to suddenly quit drinking, God only knows how many bartenders would be out of work.
Labels: a real job for God’s sake, John Boehner, Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006