The Laziest Congress Money Can Buy
Monday - February 27 - The House is not in session
Tuesday - February 28 - The House meets at 2PM for legislative business, votes will be held on 7 suspension bills (non controversial bills supported by at least 3/4 of the House) including: the French Colonial National Historic Site Study Act and An Act Commemorating LITE (Lifetime Innovations of Thomas Edison)
Wednesday - March 1 - The House will meet at 10AM for legislative business, including votes of 4 suspension bills (including one which establishes January 2006, a month passed already, as "National Stalking Awareness Month") and consideration of HR 4167 - the National Uniformity for Food Act (NOTE: House is also in a Joint Session to hear Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi speak)
Thursday - March 2 - Whatever they don't get around to from Wednesday (really).
Friday - March 3 - The House is not in session.
So, the current government spends more than any other, does less than any other, and shows no signs of changing course. Where's Harry Truman when you need him.