Congressional Cage Match Anyone?

Amanda N. Dales
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Perhaps American Congressmen would get more settled if they followed the lead of Taiwanese legislators … or maybe they would get even less accomplished. (One thing’s sure, a cage match could really make Congress more lively.) In a debate over a recent bill, Taiwanese legislators sprayed water, threw stacks of paper and exchanged punches in Taipei due to delayed passage of their annual budget.

Actually, if these antics were displayed in Congress there may never have been a war bill for the president to veto. You can only imagine the scenes in the House and Senate if, while trying to decide just what they should do with the presidential veto, good ‘ole American Congressmen repeatedly hit each other with nearby objects such as chairs and shoes. Well, it’d be entertaining.
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