"Members should wear appropriate business attire during all sittings of the House, however brief their presence on the floor might be," Boehner said, according to The Hill. "You know who you are," he added, drawing laughter from the crowd.
Boehner may have issued the reminder thanks to the curious attire worn last month by Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.). Frank made headlines when he appeared on the House floor wearing a snug, light blue crew neck shirt underneath his sport coat, making C-SPAN viewers unusually aware of the chilly temperatures inside the Capitol building.
Boehner has already taken a shot at Obama ahead of the State of the Union address, claiming he thinks "it's pathetic" for Obama to promote "the same old policies" of more spending, taxes and regulations that many Republicans claim have hurt the economy.
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