Congress busy passing bills on Florida Gators and sports, that's where our taxes are going
I’m all for a little fun at the office. Heck, I’m always first in line at our annual Krispy Kreme Day around the WorldGolf HQ, and the boss-man is starting to get a little annoyed with my zest to catch him with a Whoopie Cushion (never gets old, by the way).
Even so, what the heck is going on in congress passing bills, yes, the same thing designed to fund our nation, fight our wars, end injustices and run our country, when we pass something that “commends the Florida Gators for winning the BCS".
Yes, time was dedicated on Capitol Hill to this. And no, I’m not amused.
Was this in the whole “100 hour plan"? Is this how the Democrats expect to regain control of the Executive Office? Are we supposed to be amused by this when our country is more polarized than ever and the majority of the world is losing confidence in our diplomacy?
Sure, maybe in a time of prosperity and peace we could waste this kind of time in the few days congress is actually at work in D.C. But now, I’m curious where my tax money I’m about to fork over for 2006 is going.
So Nancy, while you’re at it, how about some PGA Tour-related bills?
Anything to keep our minds off actual issues.
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Then again, I went to school in Tallahassee.