Dear United States House of Representatives,
Would you like to know why your approval rating is always the lowest of all 3 branches of government regardless of who the President is? Contrary to what you might think, it's not because Americans have no clue as to what exactly it is that you do around here. (which is a good question, actually) Rather, it's because you do stupid things like you did today, whereby 179 of you demonstrated that you don't even know how to read your own damn House Rules on conduct. If you did, then you would have known that Joe Wilson's outburst against the President is not a partisan issue, nor a free speech issue, nor is its reprimand something that should be given much pause for debate. No, folks, this one is pretty straight forward. Call me crazy, but when the Rules (that you wrote by the way) say to do XYZ, I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that you should probably do XYZ.
In other words, you complicate things that are not complicated. The truth of the matter is, sometimes things are simple. Sometimes life hands you a freebie. Americans would like to think that maybe, just maybe, you people in Congress have the ability to come to a consensus on something. Anything. But alas you can't, because you suck.
When one of your members makes history by becoming the first jackass in 220 years to ever disrespect a sitting United States President during a Presidential address to the United States Congress, and further, when your rules clearly state that this is a violation, the correct answer to the question of "do we sanction this guy?" is an unequivocal "YES." Period.
We are aware that as Congressmen and Congresswomen your natural inclination is to spend countless hours
On the bright side, I know that no matter how bad I may suck from time to time, even on my worst day I'll never suck as bad as you do.
P.S. - Be thankful I didn't even go into the Race issue implicit in the fact that the only President that this has ever happened to in the 220-year history of the nation just so happens to be the Black President.