In the antepenultimate segment of the broadcast I discuss the GOP's lamebrained STEM Jobs Act, formally the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Jobs Act.
I compare and contrast with Senator Chuck Schumer's BRAINS Act, formally the Benefits to Research and American Innovation through Nationality Statutes Act.
I then propose legislation of my own:
The whole message of immigration talk from both parties is that Americans are no good. Foreigners are so much brighter, more industrious, more entrepreneurial. Having priced low-skilled Americans out of the bottom part of the labor market by allowing illegal Mexicans to flood in, Congress is now hard at work pricing the skilled middle-class out of their jobs with insults like the STEM and BRAINS Acts.
Here's my comprehensive ? yes!, comprehensive ? solution, which I am sure will be enthusiastically received by both parties in Congress: the Systematically Crush America's Majority Act, known for short as the SCAM Act.
Question for discussion:
Which congressional practice is more obnoxious?
A. Naming Acts of Congress after winsome victims? Or
B. Giving them contrived acronyms?