In a move today that stunned the nation's Capitol and infuriated the GOP members of Congress, President Barack Obama issued an order to Capitol police to block all GOP members of Congress and their staffs from using the toilets in the nation's Capitol.
Obama's statement read in part, "Two can play at the blocking game and I am today blocking all GOP members of Congress and their staffs from using the people's toilets. Until they can see fit to do the people's business, they can do their business elsewhere. This order will also apply to the toilets in their offices and Capitol police will be stationed to see that this order is carried out. They can always go to the nearby housing projects, bus stations, homeless shelters, or unemployment offices. Might be a little wait in line, but I'm sure they can handle it and at the same time meet some of their constituents. It's a win/win!"
GOP members of Congress were infuriated. Mitch McConnell, minority leader of the Senate replied angrily, "This is his Waterloo, not ours! We will not stand for it, or sit for it, as the case may be! Too much water has gone over the dam and we are totally pissed off!"
When Obama was tolled of McConnell's reaction, he replied, "Well, that's the way it's going to be. They can just cross their legs or borrow some Depends from McCain." He paused and then added, "I realize that this is also going to impact the sex lives of many of the GOP delegation and their staffs in not being able to visit public toilets. I am truly sorry about that." He smiled, "but they still have Facebook."