Wednesday, September 17, 2008

An Amazing Legislative Record

Senator ∅bama got five bills passed in the Senate. An amazing record for some one who only actually spent 143 legislative days in the chamber. Some of the bills have had a major impact on the country. A commenter at Riehl Worldview looked them up so I didn't have to.

1. To congratulate the Chicago White Sox on winning the 2005 World Series Championship.

2. Recognizing the historical significance of Juneteenth Independence Day and expressing the sense of the Senate that history should be regarded as a means for understanding the past and...

3. Designating July 13, 2006, as 'National Summer Learning Day.'

4. Whereas Bishop Gilbert Earl Patterson was born in 1939 to Bishop W.A. and Mrs. Mary Patterson, Sr., in Humboldt, Tennessee;

5. Designating July 12, 2007, as `National Summer Learning Day'.
Major impact on the country? Hey. I'm still looking. I'm sure he will do something important in the Senate next year.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Washington Post has some good insight into Mr. McWaffle's direct contribution to the nation's current financial woes. Read about it here.

Msimon, can you put a little syrup on this waffle for us?