Zack needs to know

Ok, maybe I'm showing my lack of familiarity with Congressional procedure here. But it seems to me that every day some member of Congress proposes some sort of resolution to honor someone, whether it's for winning a sports title, doing great deeds, or building the 3rd largest ball of wax in the state of Wisconsin. And they have to vote on this stuff, as I pointed out in February.

So here's my question: couldn't a member of Congress do the reverse, and propose a resolution denouncing someone's behavior, perhaps, I don't know...Ann Coulter? Wouldn't this force the right to take a stand one way or the other on her? Or is that sort of stuff not allowed, or would open up a huge can of worms?

Just throwing shit against the wall on a Friday.

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