30 June 2008


it's just more fun to post a joke than think:


Russel Edwards said...

AMEN!!!!! I've been wondering the same thing myself. Actually, four years (or forty years) with no congress seems a much superior idea. What if they held and election, and nobody voted?
At the very least, I think we should change the system such that we let these bums take office through what-ever process, do their two or four years, then we vote for them. We vote on how much they should get paid for their service as well as should they be allowed another term (after which they get another vote on their pay).
Or, perhaps, the notion that each politician should be required to serve two terms, would help. One term in office, and an equal term in prison.

James A. Bowders said...

I would rather see four years without CONGRESS.

But what do I know?

Sandra Miller Linhart said...

I agree whole-heartedly.

Unfortunately, anyone qualified and honorable enough to be in any political office is too intellegent and humble to run for office.

Only money-grubbing, power-hungry, media-seeking idiots find their way up that particular ladder... in my opinion.

If they're on the ballot come election time, they've already been bought but someone... or some faction... or some lobbyist. The good, decent candidates seem to drop out early. A new meaning to 'only the good die young'?

pass the popcorn, please!