The U.S. House of Representatives is in crisis. After multiple failed attempts to elect Kevin McCarthy as House Speaker, the government has ground to a halt.
This might sound like a disaster, but it’s actually the best thing that’s happened to the American people in a while. You see, the U.S. government has a long history of passing terrible legislation that makes life worse for ordinary citizens. From the Patriot Act to the war in Iraq, our elected officials have consistently shown that they’re more interested in serving special interests than the people they’re supposed to represent.
But now, with the House of Representatives in disarray, there’s no way for them to pass any more bad laws. It’s like a blessing in disguise.
Not only that, but the government won’t be able to uselessly spend more money on unnecessary projects or line the pockets of special interests.
So let’s all raise a glass to Kevin McCarthy’s inability to secure the Speaker’s gavel. He may have failed at his job, but he’s done the country a huge favor by preventing the government from doing any more harm.
It’s a tough time for many Americans right now, as the U.S. government’s mismanagement has caused a widespread recession and countless people are being laid off from their jobs. But you know what would make this whole situation even better? If the members of the U.S. House of Representatives also went out of work.
Think about it: they’re the ones who allowed this mess to happen in the first place, and they’re getting paid handsomely to do nothing while the rest of us suffer. It’s only fair that they share in the pain.
Plus, imagine all the extra time they’d have to reflect on their mistakes and figure out how to fix them. Maybe they’d finally start putting the needs of the American people ahead of their own selfish interests.
So let’s all cross our fingers and hope that the U.S. House of Representatives gets laid off too. It’s the least they deserve. Here’s to hoping that the House of Representatives stays in chaos for a long, long time.