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Thursday, October 19, 2006

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Andrew Engel

Yet another example of exceedingly poor legislative drafting. When Congress rushes so much to enact a law that it doesn't proof read its own language, we have problems. I agree that Congress probably meant "less than.' Still, I think that giving Congress a pass is a huge mistake. When a dog craps on the carpet, you rub his nose in it. Congress should be forced to live the consequences of its poor work ethic.

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