Closure?

Remember our Bright Shining Lines?

It turns out that you can step back from the abyss.

Democrats incorrectly closed a vote on the House floor in August 2007, which would have resulted in Republicans prevailing on an immigration issue, according to a special bipartisan House committee.

The committee found that “the vote tally of 212 yeas and 216 nays that was finally announced was incorrect. It is either 215 yeas and 213 nays, which would have reflected the tally at the time the chair prematurely announced the result, or 211 yeas and 217 nays.”

The committee, led by Reps. Bill Delahunt (D-MA) and Mike Pence (R-IN), issued a final report on what Republicans alleged was a “stolen vote” and spent a half million dollars on an investigation.

In the words of Ponceman Perry, well noooooo shit.

What’s that I’m holding, you ask?  I call her Clingy, Uncle Joe, not Baby.

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