Blasting the inability of Congress to pass a budget, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann took to the House floor Tuesday to read the definition of the word "budget" from Webster's Dictionary.
"It seems many in this town have forgotten what a budget is," Fleischmann said. "So I thought I would provide a quick reminder."
The congressman then proceeded to read the definition of "budget" from Webster's Dictionary—"A plan for the coordination of resources and expenditures."
"It is fairly straightforward and something the American people understand," he said.
The congressman then harangued Senate Democrats and President Barack Obama's approach to budgetary issues.
Fleischmann predicted the president would unveil his March Madness bracket conjectures before issuing a budget proposal.
"We're still waiting on a budget from the president, although I suspect we'll see a March Madness bracket from before we see a budget," he said.