This week's videos are devoted to politicians who would be funny if not for the fact that they are being completely serious.
First up is Representative Lincoln Davis(Democrat) of Tennessee speaking about the Federal Marriage Amendment which would ban gay marriage. He thinks the amendment doesn't go far enough. It may sound as if he's using satire to criticize the amendment, but in fact he voted for it. Rep. Davis gets high marks from conservative religious groups for his voting record.
Next up is Senator Ted Stevens (Republican) of Alaska, explaining how the internet works. He opposes "Net Neutrality" which keeps the internet on an equal basis for everyone. And instead would allow large companies, like AT&T, to create "tiered" services, charging more for higher bandwidth or restricting certain services altogether.
Ok, so maybe some members of the House of Representatives and the Senate are a bit on the loony side, but at least we have someone in the White House who knows what he's doing!
(Do you think there's something in the air over Washington, D.C. that causes such odd behavior?)