Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Congress needs some Christmas cheer

A nasty cold that has been going around has been teasing me for a week. I wish it would either stop or get better jokes.

They say the best things in life are free. I guess that explains why Congress is refusing to pay for services that actually help people.

Producers of "Survivor" already are planning for their 24th season. I wish they would plan a Congressional version where an elected official could be voted out of office each week.

Personally, I think we should not rule out Herman Cain as a GOP presidential candidate contender. I really think he could win if all his women voted for him.

Sarah Palin says it's not too late for someone to jump into the Republican presidential race. I hope the someone is either the Ghost of Christmas Past, Christmas Present or Christmas Future so that goblin can haunt all the Congressional Ebenezer Scrooges.

My husband wanted to spend the week watching Christmas movies. I told him I didn't want to see a "Miracle on 34th Street". I want to see a miracle on Pennsylvania Avenue.

It's time to think about making New Year's resolutions. I'm resolving not to watch any more Republican presidential candidate debates.

In some countries, the day after Christmas is known as Boxing Day. In the United States, that is every day President Obama has to deal with Congress.

The reason Santa can deliver toys though out the world in one night is because he believes in himself. Hey, you'd have to have a lot of self-confidence to go out in public dressed in a red velvet flight suit.

'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. That's because just before nightfall, the cat put an end to the mouse.

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