Scream all you like, 'cause we're all mad here
Of course it works. I mean, look at the previous president. Cheap theatrics are basically all he ever had.
This argument comes up every time Congress cooks up a terrible bill, but honestly this is pretty common, has been going on longer than most of us have been alive, and both sides do it. Remember the COVFEFE Act? The idea that the time and effort taken to give a bill a clever name is a waste is a bit like the argument that we should have gone out of our way to prevent rich people from getting stimulus checks. And as for the idea that it's making the mockery of serious issues... I'd just like to remind everyone that the freaking Amber Alert's name is a pun. The fight to keep wordplay out of serious issues is one you're not going to win.This has me more upset than it has any right to, but what the hell is going on that the GOVERNMENT feels it needs to come up with these cutesy names for their legislation?
WHY is it that MARKETING is a consideration when we're running country!?
Not to mention we're 2 years in and haven't even broken double digits on this thread...