Law:The "G.E. Brings Good Things To Life" Act
23RZ36 — The "G.E. Brings Good Things To Life" Act
WHEREAS, from 1991 until 1996 Gloria Estefan was Talossa's officially-recognized "National Entertainer;" and
WHEREAS, this period covered some one-third of Talossa's history as a democracy; and
WHEREAS, despite efforts to stamp them out, there continue to be jokes, comments, guffaws, criticisms, lusts, and a variety of other public and private reactions among Talossans to the continuing, neverending issue of Gloria Estefan--thus proving that in whatever bizarre and unspeakable way, Gloria has become a very real (whether worshipped, appreciated, or despised) part of that decades-old bouillabaisse of Taco Bell-like absurdities which has come to be called "Talossa's national culture";
THEREFORE, the Ziu hereby, whether in pride, shame, amusement or indifference, bows to the inevitable and restores Gloria Estefan to her historic place as Talossa's National Entertainer, in the interest of honouring Talossa as Talossa is, not necessarily as we would force Talossa to be.
Noi urént q'estadra så:
R. Ben Madison (PC-Vuode)
Charles Sauls (PC-Florenciâ)
- This act failed to pass the Ziu, failing in the Cosa 6-6-3 and in the Senate 1-4-1.
- However, through later legislation, Gloria Estefan was indeed later restored to her place.