Speaker of the House, Republican Rep. John Boehner announced his resignation from the office today.
What's so crazy about it is how many people from both sides of the aisle are greeting it with jubilation.
Rep. John Boehner announced his resignation Sept. 25
There was much rejoicing
Marco Rubio pulled in a huge swell of applause from a gathering of Republican voters for mentioning it
And the news sent Trevor Noah and 'The Daily Show' writers scrambling away from an interview
Business Insider says they were in the middle of an interview with the new host of the Daily Show:
"I'm sorry, we have to go right now," Noah joked, without skipping a beat, after hearing the news.
The new host then added, "That's sad. I liked him. He always cried."
It was then that one of the producers let it slip that they had "really funny" jokes about Boehner planned for the upcoming premiere episode on Monday.
Since Noah's first show is on Sept. 28, they gotta keep those jokes fresh.
Many have talked about (joked hard on) his emotional response to the Pope's Sept. 24 visit
When Anthony Weiner makes a joke on you, you know your star has fallen
Really, all of Twitter just had a go
Wow. Pope Francis visits Washington and John Boehner steps down. It's like an exorcism.— Tom Morello (@tmorello) September 25, 2015
Dems will miss Boehner like we miss a fever. While unpleasant, he nonetheless helped kill germs.— Greg Pinelo (@gregpinelo) September 25, 2015
Now is the time for a principled, conservative leader to emerge in the House. RT if you agree http://t.co/hfHizOqJAp— Heritage Action (@Heritage_Action) September 25, 2015
Like a man who passed gas in an elevator and then left as the doors closed, trapping others, so does Boehner pass from the Speakership.— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) September 25, 2015
refusing to vote on immigration reform that had OVERWHELMING BIPARTISAN SUPPORT IN BOTH HOUSES will be Boehner's sad legacy— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) September 25, 2015
My personal favorite:
"ORANGE you glad I'm stepping down?" - John Boehner— Eliza Bayne (@ElizaBayne) September 25, 2015
And so goes the nature of politics. Surely everything will move towards everyone's favor now.