Support For 19th Amendment Decreases Sharply
Politics · May 17, 2024 ·

WASHINGTON, D.C. — As tempers flared among girl congressmen on Capitol Hill yesterday, all male congressmen found themselves in unprecedented agreement that the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was clearly a mistake.

Stern-faced congressmen glanced at each other in silent unity as multiple girl congressmen erupted into a shameful shouting match during a House Oversight Committee hearing, with all the men sharing the same sentiment that granting women the right to vote and hold office was a severe miscalculation.

"Yeah, the 19th Amendment was a mistake," said Democrat Representative Jamie Raskin. "Back in 1920, I don't think our predecessors had the foresight that this would eventually be the result. We've got to do something to roll things back so we can silence the hen house here."

In a surprising moment of bipartisanship, congressmen from both sides of the aisle agreed. "There's no point in debating it at this point, we all know the 19th is destroying the country," said Arizona Republican Paul Gosar. "It's time for all of us men to come together — Democrats and Republicans — to right this great wrong in our nation's past."

Male congressmen reportedly had their staffers hard at work making plans to meet together at a bar later to get some peace and quiet and iron out some legislation for a change. "It would be nice to get some work done," Raskin said. "We can't even hear ourselves think with all those dames squawking like crazy."

At publishing time, male congressmen were preparing a new motion to have the girl congressmen relegated to a special soundproof girl congressman area.

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