Good Riddance, Congressman Robert Andrews

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The Washington Post notes, brutally, that New Jersey Representative Robert Andrews, a Democrat from New Jersey who will resign in two weeks to take a law-firm job, has written a total of 646 bills, exactly zero of which have become laws. That makes him "America's least successful lawmaker of the past two decades ... with no real leadership roles in the House ... he struck out every time ... [and] has not even managed to name a courthouse or a post office — the moves that are the three-foot putt of the legislative process." Even House Republicans are like, Seriously, dude?