WASHINGTON, D.C. - Well the United States Congress certainly did not waste any time in passing the "Okay Guys and Gals, Let's Chip In To Help Rebuild Iran Bill."
Just as the last American soldier was leaving Iran, a special session of Congress was called in order to deal with the long ago established American tradition of moving towards rebuilding the country that we have just pounded all to hell.
The bill which one senator referred to as "The Right Thing To Do Act" will deposit in Iran's largest bank, The First National Camel Herders Bank of Baghdad, a monetary sum of $83 billion.
One senator even remarked that he really does not believe that the $83 billion will be enough and suggested that maybe the government can dip into the food stamp program to help send a little bit more money Iran's way.
One American citizen, Pasco "The Bison Brander" Hickenflicker, 89, who resides in Laramie, Wyoming, has been paying taxes for 71 years.
He asked how we can afford to send a country like Iran $83 billion to help rebuild it when when we are over $15 trillion in debt.
Well Pasco, that is the $64 million question, or actually the $83 billion question.
A member of congress who did not want his name revealed said that any American citizen who wishes to file a complaint about the issue of sending Iran $83 billion to repair the damage inflicted on her by the U.S. military can register an officially documented complaint at www.thatisabunchofbs.sux