WASHINGTON, D.C. — With aged senators increasingly absent from sessions to treat their illnesses and injuries, Congress has passed new rules giving control of the Senate to whichever party has fewer people in the hospital.
“These people are dropping like flies,” said one anonymous staffer on Capitol Hill. “At this point, I think the average age for a senator is around 98 years old. Their decrepit bodies are finally starting to just give out.”
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