From South Africa. I think a bill like this might not need that kind of majority and I am not 100% sure when that needs to be reached but I am close to certain that any major law change needs a 66% majority. There are certain things that don't work that way, like for instance courts decided that weed should be legalised without any congressional input, they can appeal the decision but it is pretty much set in stone after the court decision. And our tax rules are changed by the minister of finance, MP's don't vote on it or anything. I am sure certain things in tax law would require a vote but for instance changing rates etc is all on him. So its not like details within laws require that majority but there are levels. Well yeah I know what majority means but I knew that there was a chance that congressional majority means something other than 50%.