So what should Congress do? In the real world, when Congress enacts a miracle for one group of Americans, such as sugar producers, it creates a non-miracle for other Americans. Should Congress create a miracle for the sugar-using industry to offset the devastating effects of its miracle for sugar producers -- like keeping imported candy out of the United States? I don't know how that might work, but I'm betting they'lll run into the same problem God explained so aptly to the Angel Gabriel when He said, "Every time Ah passes a miracle, Ah has to pass fo' or five mo' to ketch up wid it."
Surely, if Congress creates a miracle for candy manufacturers, that miracle is going to create a non-miracle for somebody else -- at least those who eat candy or own candy retail stores.
Here's my suggestion for Congress. Just remember God's lament: "Even bein God ain't no bed of roses," and get out of the miracle business.
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