Saturday, December 20, 2008

Evil Forces at Work

From THE BOSS. She's pissed off...and says Sarah Palin should be a good role model for these punks in Congress (see previous post).

Evil Forces at Work

What happens to a person when elected to Congress? He (or she) arrives on the steps of the Capitol with the intentions of making changes that will improve the lives of those who elected him. He promises to be the new voice of the people; he promises to reduce spending, and he promises to make a difference.

After a few years, when the elected official is questioned about his promises, he dodges the questions. He's learned how to deliver an answer without really answering the question. When a news crew follows him through the halls of the Capitol building, he's always in a hurry to get to a meeting and does not have time to speak with anyone. He has forgotten where he came from.

I believe there is an Evil Force that hides in the nooks and crannies of the Capitol Building and only elected officials are affected by the Evil Force. This evil force slides along the hallway walls, moving from office to office like the plague. The Evil Force turns elected officials into greedy, selfish, self-centered zombies of the Evil Force.

It is no longer about those who elected him, it is all about him. The economy is slowing down, the stock market is dropping like a rock and thousands of people are losing their jobs, savings, and retirements.

The zombies of the Evil Force have voted themselves a raise.

They are calling it a "cost of living" raise that will increase the annual salary of zombies of the Evil Force by $3,400 to a total of $158,103 per year.

I ask you, how could a person in his right mind sit there and vote "Yea" on giving himself a raise? The Evil Force makes idiots out of what might otherwise be sane, normal people. I can think of no justification they could make that I would accept or believe. Their pictures should hang on a Wall of Shame in the halls of Congress.

And for the record, I say "throw the bastards out". -- Texan in Wisconsin

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