Lieberman Calls Prescription Plan Unnecessary; "I've Been Off My Meds For Years"

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) - Sounding a sour note in the aftermath of the Senate's passage of the health care reform bill, Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman said today that the prescription plan in the bill was unnecessary, noting, "I've been off my meds for years."

Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev) took Mr. Lieberman's comments in stride, saying only that they "explained a lot."

Sen. Reid said that he had noticed "erratic behavior" from Mr. Lieberman in recent days, such as showing up for the historic health care vote wearing a green Grinch costume. More here.