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Tonight’s Campus Question |

President Obama has signalled his intent to run against the ‘Do Nothing Congress’ and is planning to submit more initiatives to Congress in order to highlight their do-nothingness. If multiplication of any number by zero is still zero, is a ‘Do Nothing Congress’ raised to the nth degree larger than one whose common denominator is trying to make President Obama a one-term president? Do not use imaginary numbers in this calculaton. |

Good evening and fist bumps! (but feel free to ::hugggg:: amongst yourselves).

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I hope the congressional Dems also run on Republican obstructionism. I don’t think they’ve done nothing. They have applied the brakes to any kind of solutions to every problem.

Just remember:

America burned while Republicans golfed….

It looks like a problem I ran into in Graduate School. As you raise a ‘Do Nothing Congress’ to a higher degree it gets smaller. I am assuming that n in nth degree is within the range of numbers between 2 and infinity. One half squared is equal to one quarter, one quarter squared equals one sixteenth.

The question becomes is a congress whose common denominator is trying to make President Obama a one-term president an infinitesimally small number. I conclude that it is not. The Democratic Senate creates a value for Congress that is greater then an infinitesimally small number.

Others may reach a different conclusion if they assign a different value to the common denominator. I do not assign a high value to trying to make President Obama a one-term president

Thanks be for the Senate.

Well done! I suggest we make it a smaller and smaller number until it fades into insignificance.

Its been a very very long time since college math but

If the limit (lim) of my patience with congress approaches zero as the economy (E) approaches apocalypse (*A)…

f(x) = lim(pat)->0 as E -> *A

And the sum of the deficit (D) varies directly with Reaganomic Teapublican trickle economic nonsense (N), According to the constant Stupidity (S) coming from the right…

S=D/N

What is the likelihood (L) that I will explode in a fit of rage before tomorrow morning?

THIS IS A SHOCKER:

Goldman Sachs VP changed his name and now works for Darell Issa

I admit that I tried to use imaginary numbers because I wanted to avoid the real world which shows Republicans to be the null set.

I tried working this out mathematically, but the Official BPI Calculationalizator started spewing green goop all over the mail room….

Good morning! ::hugggggs::

As long as Obama paints the do-nothing Congress as being all one side of the aisle, I think this is an excellent idea. Obstructionism from the TGOP has us basically frozen in time.

And people need to understand who owns that obstructionism.

For me, the math is impossible to get into. 😉 They are shrinking to oblivion at this point. That much I believe.