Last Saturday, we noted the President's bad case of premature espeechulation: <a href="http://proof-proofpositive.blogspot.com/2011/09/least-serious-president-in-history-of.html"> The Least Serious President in the History of the Republic™ Makes the Most Irrelevant Speech in the History of the Republic </a>,
where he repeatedly asked Congress to pass a bill that <span style="font-style: italic;">hadn't been written yet</span>. It appears that all of the Democrats, a few fries short of a Happy Meal, failed to file the bill which Obama specifically called in his speech "The American Jobs Act".
But, since there wasn't actually a bill by that name that had been filed, a Republican lawmaker has stepped into the breach!
<blockquote><a href="http://blog.heritage.org/2011/09/14/conservative-nabs-naming-rights-to-american-jobs-act-after-obama-delay/">President Obama</a> repeatedly asked members of Congress to pass the American Jobs Act last week. But when no Democrat filed Obama’s bill after he presented it to Congress, a conservative congressman swiped the name for his own legislation.
The American Jobs Act introduced in the House of Representatives looks quite different from the version President Obama outlined in his speech to Congress. Instead of hiking taxes on working Americans to pay for another stimulus, Rep. Louie Gohmert’s (R-TX) legislation offers a <span style="font-weight:bold;">tax cut</span>.
UPDATE: Gohmert’s bill now has a number. It’s HR 2911.</blockquote>
Brilliant! Simply brilliant! Maybe next time, Obama will actually have a bill for Congress to pass when he repeats ad nauseum, "Pass this bill"?