Rep. Tim Johnson (R-Ill.) sole vote in House against congratulating Saints on Super Bowl win



Today, Rep. Anh "Joseph" Cao (R-La.) introduced H.R. 1079 onto the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives -- a bill congratulating the New Orleans Saints on their Super Bowl victory. Sure, it ain't health care, but it's the kind of collegial feel-good resolution that allows Congresscritters to give each other the warm fuzzies. The bill passed with overwhelming bipartisan support by a vote of ... 375-1.

Yes, someone voted against congratulating the Saints for winning the Super Bowl. Who? This guy:


What a jackanapes you are, Rep. Tim V. Johnson of Illinois.

Here's the footage of Cao introducing the resolution on the House floor. Nice.

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