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Wednesday, 14 April 2010

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Both houses are acting fast on new legislation.

In an unprecedented move the US Congress passed a uniform bicameral law that is waiting for President Obamas' signature. House Bill 14288 and Senate Bill 2 match each other in verbiage, as the respective bodies want this legislation passed pronto. The legislation specifically legalizes prostitution in the District of Columbia. The leaders of both houses believe they have the votes to over-ride a presidential veto.

Press piranhas are chewing this story up as an explanation for the congressional antics unfolds. The odd behavior by the legislative arm of the US Government has pundits perplexed. Conservative and Liberal house members have historically been against using the references to sex in legislation and mask references to female and male body parts with the Latin equivalent.

Henry Kissinger has stated he knew of the danger of this type legislation in the seventies when he was taking a large daily dose of the herbal remedy Saw Palmetto. Kissinger stated, "I vas very very horny during that time". Saw Palmetto is commonly used in Europe as a manly enhancer and a healthy aid to prostate gland issues. The secret isn't out in the US yet. Kissinger added, "In the wrong hands Saw Palmetto could raise testosterone to dangerous levels".

The FBI is investigating leads that an herbal remedy terrorist may have sabotaged the house and senate cafeterias. If the food served were augmented with Saw Palmetto on a daily basis almost all members of the two houses would have been exposed. And exposure can lead to increased sexual desire, as well as other benefits. This could explain the hurried legislation.

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