After John Boehner said that Congress "ought to be judged on how many laws that we repeal", fellow Republicans went wild writing bills to strike down existing laws. Some were overzealous and others were confused. After a few hours, GOP members had reversed many recently passed GOP laws. To Boehner's dismay, Dick Cheney even called for elimination of the 2nd Amendment.
Sen. Lindsey Graham repealed all laws limiting immigration and all funds to protect the Mexican border.
Rep Lynn Jenkins repealed all laws limiting the US government's power saying "The US government should have the same rights as corporations."
Rep Jeff Flake pushed for the freedom to pass any and all earmarks.
Rep Eric Cantor drove the elimination of tax credits to corporations.
Rep Michele Bachmann repealed DOMA even after other Congressmen explained that the Supreme Court already had. She said, "They're not going to hold this one over me. I'm repealing it first."
Newly elected Congressman Mark Sanford tried unsuccessfully to repeal all laws associated with funding National Parks, especially those along the Appalachian Trail. "The great outdoors tried to ruin my career. I won't let it happen to anyone else."
Gov. Rick Perry jumped in and insisted that all voting restrictions throughout the US be repealed. "These restrictions on people rights must stop."