8 thoughts on “Encouraging Congress

  1. Where in the world did you find that, LL? That's great; it made me laugh out loud. There may be a few that I would not like to see take up that offer, but very damned few. Oh well, November is but 10 months away. It is every U.S. citizen's responsibility to become informed on the issues and candidates and VOTE. This country is supposed to be a democratic Republic and that means that the majority of the electorate's wishes are supposed to prevail. Only those who vote should be allowed to complain if things don't go the way they wish them to go.

    ( Ok, I was wrong; this is my second rant of today. But you keep provoking me with your posts. )

    Thanks for the post.
    Paul L. Quandt

  2. I like Dan's option. And isn't Ilhan a Qatari agent? Perhaps the bungee jump could serve as a kind of latter day witch's ducking stool. If you bounce back up you're not a traitorous cultural marxist, sort of thing.

  3. I like this option almost as much as a sea of gibbets on the National Mall.

    I'm willing to accept losing the handful of Congressmen of any value along with the sea of traitors and corrupt crooks. Price of doing business.

    It always amazes me that the vast contempt that Congress is held in by the electorate doesn't seem to worry Congress in the least.
    -Kle.

  4. "It always amazes me that the vast contempt that Congress is held in by the electorate doesn't seem to worry Congress in the least."

    Kle: That's because they keep getting re-elected, by in large. It is very rare that a sitting politician who runs for re-election does not win in his/her race. People seem to have the ability to have contempt for the body of Congress, but like their own elected officials. Pork barreling, don't you know.

    Paul

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