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2014-04-27 10:32:50 AM  
Atop the list is a short-term spending bill to keep the government running past the Oct. 1 start of the new budget year. Votes on the bill aren't needed until September.

History is unlikely to look kindly on our Potatoe-Style government.

Remember when Congress fought over, and sometimes passed needed legislation to improve the lives and economic well-being of its citizens?

Me either, I read about it in books once. Instead of LBJ brow-beating his colleagues into voting for sh*t, we have mental midgets arguing Sunday morning bullsh*t and people using the levers of government to impose their will on an unsupportive public. How many more f*cking times will they trey to kill the ACA? Jesus f*cking Christ. Even the South eventually gave up and said "we surrender".

I guess this is their whole "The South Will Rise!" bullsh*t I heard so much about when I lived down there. "We'll make all them book-lovin' homo-queerbrals pay for all they done did!"

We get it, you people really want a budget that brings us back to an Agrarian Economy of the 18th century. You keep it up with that Paul Ryan Budget stuff and i'm sure we'll all find economic prosperity together.
 
2014-04-27 10:47:21 AM  
Some days with Congress the best that can happen is the bare minimum.
 
2014-04-27 11:07:58 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-04-27 11:08:58 AM  
Are these really the best politicians that money can buy?
 
2014-04-27 11:13:40 AM  

Therion: Are these really the best politicians that money can buy?


Looking at the DOW, S&P 500 and NASDAQ over the last 5 years? Holy sh*t, yes.

If you were liquid in 2009, you are a very, VERY happy man.
 
2014-04-27 11:35:35 AM  
I assume there will be plenty of time to vote for defunding Obamacare
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2014-04-27 11:39:53 AM  
The conservative work ethic isn't impressing me very much.
 
2014-04-27 11:41:12 AM  

Lionel Mandrake: I assume there will be plenty of time to vote for defunding Obamacare


There is a certain ritualistic aspect to it.  Like saying grace before a meal or confession before Catholic Mass.

"Before we begin, let's have a cleansing vote to affirm our fear of the Fartbongo."
 
2014-04-27 11:45:27 AM  

NewportBarGuy: Atop the list is a short-term spending bill to keep the government running past the Oct. 1 start of the new budget year. Votes on the bill aren't needed until September.

History is unlikely to look kindly on our Potatoe-Style government.

Remember when Congress fought over, and sometimes passed needed legislation to improve the lives and economic well-being of its citizens?

Me either, I read about it in books once. Instead of LBJ brow-beating his colleagues into voting for sh*t, we have mental midgets arguing Sunday morning bullsh*t and people using the levers of government to impose their will on an unsupportive public. How many more f*cking times will they trey to kill the ACA? Jesus f*cking Christ. Even the South eventually gave up and said "we surrender".

I guess this is their whole "The South Will Rise!" bullsh*t I heard so much about when I lived down there. "We'll make all them book-lovin' homo-queerbrals pay for all they done did!"

We get it, you people really want a budget that brings us back to an Agrarian Economy of the 18th century. You keep it up with that Paul Ryan Budget stuff and i'm sure we'll all find economic prosperity together.


The problem I have with the notion that Congress is a complete failure is that it wraps them all up in the same label, and that's not what's actually going on.

You have roughly half of Congress that's trying to get things done, and the other half that's stymieing every attempt at progress whilst also trying to burn down the country for their own insane whims.

It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions.   You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equestrian transgendered erotica novel.

The rest of the day, month, and year goes the same way - you spend all of your time cleaning up the dump he took in the fax machine and holding him down so he doesn't cut the brake lines on all of the cars in the motor pool.  You have hardly any time to actually do the work you need to do, and in those rare moments when you can make the time you discover he's deleted the database and sold the company's domain name to a Russian arms syndicate.

In a sane world you'd think someone like that would be fired pretty quick, but half of your shareholders think that not only should he stay, but that his mentally deficient cousin Ricky should get your job when your contract expires because you get along with the black CEO.
 
2014-04-27 11:58:27 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: The problem I have with the notion that Congress is a complete failure is that it wraps them all up in the same label, and that's not what's actually going on.

You have roughly half of Congress that's trying to get things done, and the other half that's stymieing every attempt at progress whilst also trying to burn down the country for their own insane whims.

It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions. You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equestrian transgendered erotica novel.

The rest of the day, month, and year goes the same way - you spend all of your time cleaning up the dump he took in the fax machine and holding him down so he doesn't cut the brake lines on all of the cars in the motor pool. You have hardly any time to actually do the work you need to do, and in those rare moments when you can make the time you discover he's deleted the database and sold the company's domain name to a Russian arms syndicate.

In a sane world you'd think someone like that would be fired pretty quick, but half of your shareholders think that not only should he stay, but that his mentally deficient cousin Ricky should get your job when your contract expires because you get along with the black CEO


this is one of the best analogies for the current situation i've heard in forever.
 
2014-04-27 12:07:34 PM  
GOP House leaders are in the early stages of developing legislation to replace the health law, but there's no guarantee it ever will be completed or see a vote.

And voters will let them off the hook for it completely. Pathetic.
 
2014-04-27 12:33:02 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: The problem I have with the notion that Congress is a complete failure is that it wraps them all up in the same label, and that's not what's actually going on.

You have roughly half of Congress that's trying to get things done, and the other half that's stymieing every attempt at progress whilst also trying to burn down the country for their own insane whims.

It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions.   You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equestrian transgendered erotica novel.

The rest of the day, month, and year goes the same way - you spend all of your time cleaning up the dump he took in the fax machine and holding him down so he doesn't cut the brake lines on all of the cars in the motor pool.  You have hardly any time to actually do the work you need to do, and in those rare moments when you can make the time you discover he's deleted the database and sold the company's domain name to a Russian arms syndicate.

In a sane world you'd think someone like that would be fired pretty quick, but half of your shareholders think that not only should he stay, but that his mentally deficient cousin Ricky should get your job when your contract expires because you get along with the black CEO.


That is GOLD!!!  I gotta share this on Facebook :)
 
2014-04-27 12:36:04 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions. You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equestrian transgendered erotica novel.

The rest of the day, month, and year goes the same way - you spend all of your time cleaning up the dump he took in the fax machine and holding him down so he doesn't cut the brake lines on all of the cars in the motor pool. You have hardly any time to actually do the work you need to do, and in those rare moments when you can make the time you discover he's deleted the database and sold the company's domain name to a Russian arms syndicate.

In a sane world you'd think someone like that would be fired pretty quick, but half of your shareholders think that not only should he stay, but that his mentally deficient cousin Ricky should get your job when your contract expires because you get along with the black CEO.


Add to favorites, smart, funny.  That post just made my morning.
 
2014-04-27 12:37:39 PM  

BizarreMan: Some days with Congress the best that can happen is the bare minimum.


suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com
 
2014-04-27 12:40:02 PM  
How to improve Congress:

Step 1: Stop voting Republican

A step 2 may not be needed as step 1 will improve it the most.
 
2014-04-27 12:43:10 PM  
Hey I'm just impressed that the co-worker figured out how to violently masturbate and light matches at the same time.
 
2014-04-27 12:47:43 PM  

b0rg9: Hey I'm just impressed that the co-worker figured out how to violently masturbate and light matches at the same time.


aficionados prefer the term "pyro-onanism"
 
2014-04-27 12:59:33 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: NewportBarGuy: Atop the list is a short-term spending bill to keep the government running past the Oct. 1 start of the new budget year. Votes on the bill aren't needed until September.

History is unlikely to look kindly on our Potatoe-Style government.

Remember when Congress fought over, and sometimes passed needed legislation to improve the lives and economic well-being of its citizens?

Me either, I read about it in books once. Instead of LBJ brow-beating his colleagues into voting for sh*t, we have mental midgets arguing Sunday morning bullsh*t and people using the levers of government to impose their will on an unsupportive public. How many more f*cking times will they trey to kill the ACA? Jesus f*cking Christ. Even the South eventually gave up and said "we surrender".

I guess this is their whole "The South Will Rise!" bullsh*t I heard so much about when I lived down there. "We'll make all them book-lovin' homo-queerbrals pay for all they done did!"

We get it, you people really want a budget that brings us back to an Agrarian Economy of the 18th century. You keep it up with that Paul Ryan Budget stuff and i'm sure we'll all find economic prosperity together.

The problem I have with the notion that Congress is a complete failure is that it wraps them all up in the same label, and that's not what's actually going on.

You have roughly half of Congress that's trying to get things done, and the other half that's stymieing every attempt at progress whilst also trying to burn down the country for their own insane whims.

It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions.   You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equestrian transgendered erotica novel.

The rest of the day, month, and year goes the same way - you spend all of your time cleaning up the dump he took in the fax machine and holding him down so he doesn't cut the brake lines on all of the cars in the motor pool.  You have hardly any time to actually do the work you need to do, and in those rare moments when you can make the time you discover he's deleted the database and sold the company's domain name to a Russian arms syndicate.

In a sane world you'd think someone like that would be fired pretty quick, but half of your shareholders think that not only should he stay, but that his mentally deficient cousin Ricky should get your job when your contract expires because you get along with the black CEO.


Wow. That is truly a thing of beauty.
 
2014-04-27 01:01:25 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: equestrian transgendered erotica


Literotica needs more people like you.
 
2014-04-27 01:04:36 PM  

b0rg9: Hey I'm just impressed that the co-worker figured out how to violently masturbate and light matches at the same time.


Well, now we know cousin Ricky's Fark handle.
 
2014-04-27 01:16:17 PM  
I really wish they'd been doing the bare minimum, truly.
 
2014-04-27 01:19:07 PM  
TuteTibiImperes:
The problem I have with the notion that Congress is a complete failure is that it wraps them all up in the same label, and that's not what's actually going on.

You have roughly half of Congress that's trying to get things done, and the other half that's stymieing every attempt at progress whilst also trying to burn down the country for their own insane whims.

It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions.   You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equ ...


You, sir, Win the internet!
 
2014-04-27 01:20:45 PM  
craigslistwalmartmissedconnections.files.wordpress.com


Look Congressmen, we want you to express yourself, ok? If you think the bare minimum is enough, then ok. But some people choose to wear more and we encourage that, ok? You do want to express yourself, don't you?
 
2014-04-27 01:22:04 PM  

NewportBarGuy: Therion: Are these really the best politicians that money can buy?

Looking at the DOW, S&P 500 and NASDAQ over the last 5 years? Holy sh*t, yes.

If you were liquid in 2009, you are a very, VERY happy man.


THIS
 
2014-04-27 01:26:14 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Awesomeness


Thread over, everyone can go home.
 
2014-04-27 01:32:27 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions. You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equestrian transgendered erotica novel.

The rest of the day, month, and year goes the same way - you spend all of your time cleaning up the dump he took in the fax machine and holding him down so he doesn't cut the brake lines on all of the cars in the motor pool. You have hardly any time to actually do the work you need to do, and in those rare moments when you can make the time you discover he's deleted the database and sold the company's domain name to a Russian arms syndicate.


i.chzbgr.com

 
2014-04-27 01:36:56 PM  
As the leader of my local TEA party this is what wanted from our Congressman. Because government is too big and keeps overreaching he promised to do nothing if elected.
 
2014-04-27 01:51:56 PM  
I wish I could be paid six figures for doing farking nothing.  What's the point of a legislature that doesn't legislate?  My municipal government gets more shiat done than this congress.

/Stop sending Republicans there; they're not interested in working, and an empty seat would pass just as much meaningful legislation
//Congress: The real welfare queens
 
2014-04-27 01:58:41 PM  
So what will Congress do for the next few months?

BENGHAZI!!!
 
2014-04-27 02:28:49 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: he problem I have with the notion that Congress is a complete failure is that it wraps them all up in the same label, and that's not what's actually going on.

You have roughly half of Congress that's trying to get things done, and the other half that's stymieing every attempt at progress whilst also trying to burn down the country for their own insane whims.

It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions. You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equestrian transgendered erotica novel.

The rest of the day, month, and year goes the same way - you spend all of your time cleaning up the dump he took in the fax machine and holding him down so he doesn't cut the brake lines on all of the cars in the motor pool. You have hardly any time to actually do the work you need to do, and in those rare moments when you can make the time you discover he's deleted the database and sold the company's domain name to a Russian arms syndicate.

In a sane world you'd think someone like that would be fired pretty quick, but half of your shareholders think that not only should he stay, but that his mentally deficient cousin Ricky should get your job when your contract expires because you get along with the black CEO.


You don't get to judge my work habits, sir. I demand an apology.
 
2014-04-27 02:34:59 PM  
I'm just posting here so I can find this thread later to steal TuteTibilmpres's epistle.
 
2014-04-27 03:18:47 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: NewportBarGuy: Atop the list is a short-term spending bill to keep the government running past the Oct. 1 start of the new budget year. Votes on the bill aren't needed until September.

History is unlikely to look kindly on our Potatoe-Style government.

Remember when Congress fought over, and sometimes passed needed legislation to improve the lives and economic well-being of its citizens?

Me either, I read about it in books once. Instead of LBJ brow-beating his colleagues into voting for sh*t, we have mental midgets arguing Sunday morning bullsh*t and people using the levers of government to impose their will on an unsupportive public. How many more f*cking times will they trey to kill the ACA? Jesus f*cking Christ. Even the South eventually gave up and said "we surrender".

I guess this is their whole "The South Will Rise!" bullsh*t I heard so much about when I lived down there. "We'll make all them book-lovin' homo-queerbrals pay for all they done did!"

We get it, you people really want a budget that brings us back to an Agrarian Economy of the 18th century. You keep it up with that Paul Ryan Budget stuff and i'm sure we'll all find economic prosperity together.

The problem I have with the notion that Congress is a complete failure is that it wraps them all up in the same label, and that's not what's actually going on.

You have roughly half of Congress that's trying to get things done, and the other half that's stymieing every attempt at progress whilst also trying to burn down the country for their own insane whims.

It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions.   You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equ ...

</THREAD>
/Easily in the FARK Top Ten Comments of All-Time
 
2014-04-27 03:19:12 PM  
I blame the American people. Drooling on themselves, uninformed but opinionated, watching Duck Dynasty because those bearded fellas are so fascinating. And then constantly voting Republican even though the current list of Republicans trying to get or already elected only has corporate interest in mind. It's okay though, they also love god while cheating on their spouses with the intern. The voters might not have as much money, but making sure the richest have more money is a top priority. And no it's not all the Republicans' fault but it most certainly is mostly their fault, especially looking at the body of work and not just picking out individuals. All I can hope for is that 2016 becomes an absolute blowout where power swings back to the Democrats, because this obstruction bullshiat is farking tiring.
 
2014-04-27 03:47:52 PM  
Heh. No buttons of approval on mobile fark but that was good.
 
2014-04-27 03:49:57 PM  
They've been well below the bare minimum for years now.
 
2014-04-27 03:50:32 PM  

LarryDan43: As the leader of my local TEA party this is what wanted from our Congressman. Because government is too big and keeps overreaching he promised to do nothing if elected.


you admit that... after TuteTibiImperes's comment... in public?

Brave man. Tread on, treadsetter
 
2014-04-27 03:59:17 PM  
It's nice they want to f*ck the country into the ground in the name of American exceptionalism.
 
2014-04-27 04:33:29 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: NewportBarGuy: Atop the list is a short-term spending bill to keep the government running past the Oct. 1 start of the new budget year. Votes on the bill aren't needed until September.

History is unlikely to look kindly on our Potatoe-Style government.

Remember when Congress fought over, and sometimes passed needed legislation to improve the lives and economic well-being of its citizens?

Me either, I read about it in books once. Instead of LBJ brow-beating his colleagues into voting for sh*t, we have mental midgets arguing Sunday morning bullsh*t and people using the levers of government to impose their will on an unsupportive public. How many more f*cking times will they trey to kill the ACA? Jesus f*cking Christ. Even the South eventually gave up and said "we surrender".

I guess this is their whole "The South Will Rise!" bullsh*t I heard so much about when I lived down there. "We'll make all them book-lovin' homo-queerbrals pay for all they done did!"

We get it, you people really want a budget that brings us back to an Agrarian Economy of the 18th century. You keep it up with that Paul Ryan Budget stuff and i'm sure we'll all find economic prosperity together.

The problem I have with the notion that Congress is a complete failure is that it wraps them all up in the same label, and that's not what's actually going on.

You have roughly half of Congress that's trying to get things done, and the other half that's stymieing every attempt at progress whilst also trying to burn down the country for their own insane whims.

It's like going to work in the morning with a full agenda of things to accomplish, and your coworker immediately unplugging your computer as soon as you turn it on before proceeding to run around the office violently masturbating while throwing lit matches in all directions.   You calm him down and put out the fires so that you can get to work, but as soon as you return to your desk you see he's filled up the print queue with 54 copies of an equ ...


No applause gif...epic enough...well done, sir!
 
2014-04-27 04:45:02 PM  
Heh, wow, thanks guys, if I'd known it would be that popular I'd have tried to word it less awkwardly.
 
2014-04-27 05:28:26 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Heh, wow, thanks guys, if I'd known it would be that popular I'd have tried to word it less awkwardly.


nah, that's part of the charm.
 
2014-04-27 09:48:31 PM  

NeverDrunk23: How to improve Congress:

Step 1: Stop voting Republican

A step 2 may not be needed as step 1 will improve it the most.


Dems had a congressional majority from 06-10 and wtf did they do with it? WHINE. Even once they got Obama in the White House, they let the minority rule and passed shiatty compromise bills that were watered-down before Republican committee members got to them. Once the Republicans started going full retard, Democrats become reactionaries too terrified to improve anything.
 
2014-04-28 01:07:31 AM  

moothemagiccow: NeverDrunk23: How to improve Congress:

Step 1: Stop voting Republican

A step 2 may not be needed as step 1 will improve it the most.

Dems had a congressional majority from 06-10 and wtf did they do with it? WHINE. Even once they got Obama in the White House, they let the minority rule and passed shiatty compromise bills that were watered-down before Republican committee members got to them. Once the Republicans started going full retard, Democrats become reactionaries too terrified to improve anything.


So the biggest problem is one party in the 2.5 party system is completely gutless, passive, yielding, and non-confrontational, vying only to serve the greater interest of all the people, while the complementary party is controlling, self-interested, solipsist, greedy industrialists running on intransigence and making the opposing party look inept.

I'm not exactly keen on the Citizens United ruling and it only reconfirms what I suspected as a child: the only people worth electing to office are those who cannot be bought by the lobbyists and businesses wanting what they feel is best for the people by taking a consensus, or those who recognize the absurdity of the situation to be corrupted by it, trying to merely inform.  An altruist verses a jester.

I know this is not going to happen in my life time, because the powers that be would rather not have a Ross Perot elected just out of their own survival, or a Jon Stewart because of his awareness of politics and unwillingness to pull punches in order to get the attention of the people.

Too bad the people are quickly turning into drug-addled, attention seeking, narcissistic, elitist, dim-witted, zeitgeist obsessed, ignorant, lazy, pontificating, petulant, corpulent, proud, insects whose primary concern is how many social connections they have via twitbook, facebucket, photowitter, pingle+, gootrest, or whatever the next circle jerk online community marketing itself as the must-have, be-all, end-all, play-all, do-all, show-all site on the Internet where only the most inane, mundane, bland, inquiries, answers, opinions and theories are voiced...and I'm not even thinking about the non-porn sites.
 
2014-04-28 03:03:24 AM  

NewportBarGuy: Atop the list is a short-term spending bill to keep the government running past the Oct. 1 start of the new budget year. Votes on the bill aren't needed until September.

History is unlikely to look kindly on our Potatoe-Style government.

Remember when Congress fought over, and sometimes passed needed legislation to improve the lives and economic well-being of its citizens?

Me either, I read about it in books once. Instead of LBJ brow-beating his colleagues into voting for sh*t, we have mental midgets arguing Sunday morning bullsh*t and people using the levers of government to impose their will on an unsupportive public. How many more f*cking times will they trey to kill the ACA? Jesus f*cking Christ. Even the South eventually gave up and said "we surrender".

I guess this is their whole "The South Will Rise!" bullsh*t I heard so much about when I lived down there. "We'll make all them book-lovin' homo-queerbrals pay for all they done did!"

We get it, you people really want a budget that brings us back to an Agrarian Economy of the 18th century. You keep it up with that Paul Ryan Budget stuff and i'm sure we'll all find economic prosperity together.


I remember when people tried to attach pork to body armor for the troops and both sides attempted to score political points in a prolonged battle instead of just focusing on the immediate issue of getting some farking body armor to the troops.
 
2014-04-28 02:58:44 PM  

DeathByGeekSquad: I remember when people tried to attach pork to body armor for the troops and both sides attempted to score political points in a prolonged battle instead of just focusing on the immediate issue of getting some farking body armor to the troops.


Funny story...

Buddy of mine was in the Tennessee National Guard. He deployed to Iraq in 2005-06... He took a round from an AK-47 to the chest. Obviously it broke his ceramic ballistic plate. They never did a "field loss" on them so when he came back and was downloading his gear to CIF they tried to charge him $800 or whatever.

Now, this guy was a Bosnian who was in a prison camp over there as a kid during their unpleasantness in the 1990s. He raised holy hell to the point they just said forget it and charged it off.

Rare for CIF to do that, but if you knew this guy it wouldn't surprise you.

But, yeah... Congress are a bunch of assholes when it comes to things we need immediately. Becomes a freeforall to throw sh*t on the bill.
 
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