Law:The Richard Gere Be Gone Act
22RZ14 — The Richard Gere Be Gone Act
WHEREAS, China may well have some changes coming following the cremation of Deng; and
WHEREAS, Tibet has been suppressed by China for too long and has been closed to the outside world; and
WHEREAS, a number of untalented actors have, in sympathy with the Dalai Llama, wished to enter a free Tibethan nation.
THEREFORE, the Cosâ urges, through the Foreign Minister, China to let Tibet have its freedom, so that the previously mentioned untalented actors can disappear in Tibethan terrain.
- Records indicating the fate of this bill are not in the possession of the Scribery. However, if it passed, this bill is classified as ephemeral in its nature, presuming its passage and given the death of the actor most prominently covered by the text of the bill.