Fifty GOP Congressmen held a news conference this morning to announce the formation of a new caucus within the party. Led by Congressman Eric Cantor, the assembled started the proceedings by singing the song, "Little things mean a lot," before Cantor took the podium.
"We are gathered together to share the Lord's blessings," Cantor sang before he began to speak. "This is not, and I repeat, this is not a do nothing Congress and it is time we started to do together what we've been doing alone. We will do whatever needs to be done, for God, for country, and for ourselves, even if we go blind doing it!
"For too long," Cantor continued, "many of us have gone it alone and it is time that we joined together to share the myriad problems that we and our country face. We welcome those members, who believe in a hand's on approach," he hesitated, "so to speak."
Cantor looked at the gathering triumphantly and shouted, "NOW---let's see a show of hands in support," he hesitated, "well---er---ah," he hesitated again, "well---er---ah--- whatever hand is available!"