Dear God, I live for the day when someone testifying before Congress reminds them that they work for us and not the other way around! Nobody actually said the Title, but please, one day, let someone stand up to Franken, or Schumer or Waxman or Boxer! "During the argument Franken repeatedly cited the inspiration for his bill, Jamie Leigh Jones, who was raped while working for a defense contractor in Iraq and allegedly imprisoned temporarily and prevented from legal retaliation because of an arbitration clause in her contract. Jones was also a witness at the hearing. F: "Would you consider if Jamie Leigh had gotten a settlement of $50 that she would have 'prevailed' under this definition?" B: "Senator Franken --" F: "Please answer yes or no, sir." B: "No, let me just say --" F: "Please answer yes or no sir. Do you say no?" B: "I say no" F: "So in other words the statistics on who prevailed and who didn’t prevail – what would she have needed to have gotten, $100? Would she have prevailed if she had gotten $100?" B: "I think it’s a distinction … what we’re talking about --" F: "Answer yes or no, please sir." Franken gets testy over statistics | StarTribune.com You have it wrong, Senator. I don't work for you, you work for me!