It’s Hard Work

Having worked the fewest days of any Congress in over 100 years you would think they could have at least utilized their time a bit more effectively.

Of the 383 pieces of legislation that were signed into law during the two-year 109th Congress, more than one-quarter dealt with naming or renaming federal buildings and structures — primarily post offices — after various Americans.

That’s right folks, had these corrupt, lazy, Bush-sycophants not been busy naming/renaming buildings – is there a Milton Friedman trickle down rest area somewhere? – they actually would have worked roughly two days a week! Even then it should have been enough time to carry out some freakin’ oversight, lazy bastards.

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