[The Bill to End Dull Care]
Politician: Now, if I am elected I can adjust all this. If I am elected, I will put that valise away, for you, forever. I will have a law passed to abolish it and demolish it. If I--
Mr. Bunion: Well, ah, say! You will be elected if my vote will do it. I'll vote for you.
Mr. Bunion: Huh! Vote for him? Well, I guess yes! He's my kind of candidate, ha! [VOTE HERE]
Mr. Bunion: One nice big fat cross right here over his name. A straight vote!
Mr. Bunion: I see you're elected! I congratulate you.
Politician: Yes. Thank you. And the first thing I want to do is what I spoke to you about.
Politician: Now, you want to rid yourself of Dull Care as it were--
Mr. Bunion: As it is! Not, as it were. Yes, pass some kind of a law to demolish it or below it to pieces anything, so long --
Politician: How is this? Bill 711. And Act whereby it shall become a law. Be it herein and hereafter so considered unlawful for the state to force Mr. Bunion to burden himself with valise "Dull Care" any--
Mr. Bunion: Good! Great! Make it a law! Go ahead!
Politician: If I can have this made a law, Bunion will be a happy man the rest of life. I'll now go in here and make the speech of my life for Mr. Bunion. [State Legislature] [Bill No. 711.]
Legislators: We are members of this here state legislator after a careful parasol of bill number seven eleven don't see as how we can make it a law and abide by our constituents. No we can't see nothing to it.