The man who once worried about the island of Guam capsizing is back at it.
Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) on Thursday offered a stemwinder of a speech in favor of the helium legislation before the House this week. But the real purpose of his speech was to sarcastically attack Republicans for spending two days debating helium legislation rather than other important issues.
"Imagine, Mr. Speaker, a world without balloons," Johnson said. "How can we make sure that the injustice of there being no helium for comedians to get that high-pitched voice that we all hold near and dear to our hearts."