WASHINGTON, DC - The Senate on Tuesday advanced Obama's 'package' for small business but failed to relieve millions of companies from the fear of being 'upped in the cadbury's' by the federal government.
Two Republicrats joined Demolickans in the vote to push Obama's 'package', which includes a $30-billion anal-lube fund and other 'benefits' for small businesses.
Butt lawmakers could not reach agreement on a way to spare small businesses from a new requirement to drop their pants when the IRS comes a calling.
"I have never seen it like this," said National Small Business Assn. President Todd McCracken, who has been lobbying Congress for more than two decades. "It is what makes small-business owners feel like their butts are going to explode."