The upside to congress getting nothing done? It’s obvious, the answer is that congress does nothing. And in this case, I actually can’t fault the democrats for slowing down the republicans:
A second typo is slowing down House work on a bill aimed at limiting federal regulations.
Work stalled after Republicans made a typographical error in a measure that had been quickly developed to replace an earlier measure that included an embarrassing typo.
The bill, H.R. 4078, was intended to prevent new federal rules until the unemployment rate falls to 6 percent, but instead referred to the “employment” rate.
To fix that, the House Rules Committee approved a rule that, once passed by the House, would deem the bill to be corrected to say “unemployment.” But that rule incorrectly refers to the main rule for the bill as H.Res. 783, when it should have said H.Res. 738.
One typo is just that, a typo; fix it. Two typos on the same bill, where the second one is in response to fixing the first?
Slow down. Or better yet, stop.