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Mr. WEINER. Crisis averted, ladies and gentlemen. What a relief. What a relief. I'm glad we got the economy back going. I'm glad we've secured our nuclear power plants. I'm so glad that Americans are back to work.
We finally found out our problem. We discovered a target that we can all agree upon. It's these guys. This is the problem. It's Click and Clack, the Tappet brothers. We're finally getting rid of them. Thank God we solved this problem for the country.
Now, let's look at the record here. For one, they talk in that Boston accent. ``Cah'' talk. It's a ``car.'' I need to call Congressman Capuano whenever they're on the air.
Secondly, they talk about master cylinders and slave cylinders. It's kinky. I am glad my Republican friends are finally getting to the bottom of this.
And then with all the giggling and snorting that they do every weekend on their show, it's got to be some kind of a code. They're clearly talking to the Russians or the Chinese or something with all that giggling and snorting.
It is fine. I'm so relieved that we had this emergency session, that we waived the rules of the House that require 72 hours so we finally get these guys off my radio. Click and Clack, the Tappet brothers on ``Car Talk.'' I know it. Because these guys, clearly they're political. Well, I don't know if they're political. They make no sense about most of what they say.
But you know what? I'm glad we're finally not going to have to listen to them. I'm glad the Republican Party finally said enough of Click and Clack, the Tappet brothers. That clearly was what the American people said in campaign 2010. Clearly it's in their contract with America or something; right? Get rid of Click and Clack?
It's about time, I have to say, because the last thing we want is informative solutions to how we fix our cars and the Car Talk Puzzler. And think about all the people we're finally going to put out of work, you know, their Customer Care Rep, Heywood Yabuzzoff--I'll tell you how to spell this later, I say to the stenographer--and the Director of Ethics, Youlyin Sack, all of these guys that finally are going to be taken off the public payroll.
The Republican Party, no one can say they're not in touch. They get it. They understand where the American people are. The American people are not concerned about jobs or the economy or what's going on around the world. They're staring at their radio saying, Get rid of Click and Clack. Finally my Republican friends are doing it.
Kudos to you.
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