Have you noticed that Congress gets a lot of time off?

And have you noticed that even when they are "in Session" they throw away most of Monday and Friday with traveling? And have you noticed that from Tuesday to Thursday Senators are rarely on the floor, so they are spending more time having Quorum Calls than they are debating?


Have you noticed that when they are debating neither side ever seems to be actually "debating" with the other side... like they don't respond to each others' comments and queries? And have you noticed that even when they do comment on a question from the other side they never really provide an accurate answer?

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Have you noticed that Congress gets a lot of time off?

And have you noticed that even when they are "in Session" they throw away most of Monday and Friday with traveling? And have you noticed that from Tuesday to Thursday Senators are rarely on the floor, so they are spending more time having Quorum Calls than they are debating?


Have you noticed that when they are debating neither side ever seems to be actually "debating" with the other side... like they don't respond to each others' comments and queries? And have you noticed that even when they do comment on a question from the other side they never really provide an accurate answer?

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Does Agent Orange Work On Mice?

Crossposted from Left Toon Lane, Bilerico Project& My Left Wing


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A Sneak Preview of Bocotton Stormfield's New Book: Republic Grammar.

Chapter 1. Shrubsville

A pack of sleep dogs stretch and yawn lazily under a stand of tower Oak trees as the little commute train steams out of the Shrubsville station. Spring is here. The beauty Magnolias and Azaleas are just beginning to bloom. The passengers look out of the dirt windows as clouds of brick-red dust blow across the fresh-plow fields. Red Gibson, the engineer, peers out from under the bill of his stripe cap as the train moves slowly down the wind track in the direction of Shooterville. Red is a very tradition man. He remembers the glory days of the Republic Party--the Ronald Reagan days and the Contract-With-America days-- when the Democrat Party knew its place in the scheme of things. "We've come a long ways from Doleton and Gingrichburg," he says to his crust old brakeman. "Imagine the gall of this new Democrat Majority--thinking they have the right to question the Decider on matters of nation security."

Next Week, Chapter 2. Shooterville

(Here's a preview...)

There are many passengers lined up to board the train at Shooterville, most seeking to escape the oppress heat that has come over the rust enclave, especially since the beginning of the ridicule Libby trial...

(To be continued)

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