Arthur Q. Bryan may have passed in 1959, but the voice of Elmer Fudd lives on in the House of Representatives. Rep. Charlie Rangel (D - N.E. [No Ethics]), of course, prefers hunting ways to avoid following the tax laws he writes as opposed to "wascally wabbits". While the nation may have been better served had the actual cartoon character held Rangel's seat since 1971, his constituents continue to burden the entire country with his reelection.
If the noted corruptocrat wanted to actually serve the nation, he would retire to his Dominican Republic villa... of course his unreported rental income would decrease unless he decides to rent individual rooms. As it is, he will settle for the conscription of all young adults into the service of King Barack Hussein Obama. Serving others and serving one's country are noble endeavors indeed. Voluntary service, which the libtards seem to actually discourage with their policies and actions, is a wonderful thing. Voluntary service is not enough for those who wish to control the lives of the nation's youth.
In the eyes of Elmer and his fellow "Looney Tune" libs there can be no greater calling than that issued by King Obama to serve his majesty. Elmer has updated H.R. 393: Universal National Service Act of 2007 to be submitted as H.R. 5741. At a glance, it would appear that the only difference is the absence of "2007".