The mad orgy at the nation's federal currency printing press continues this week, as Congress realizes that the more money they give even to companies, the more that comes right back in taxes.
When a condescending meek voice shouted from the back of the room that perpetual energy machines were a myth, he was quickly stabbed and eaten by the rest of the House.
Drooling with ravenous hunger, all fattened and indolently lounging in the chamber next door, the senators remarked: "Thanksgiving dinner has come early in D.C. this year. Everyone is getting stuffed, one way or another!"
They then all wiped their fetid jowls with crisp hundred dollar bills.