Congressmen: The ultimate job

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350px-uscapitolindaylight.jpgWhile the middle class and under middle class struggle to pay basic bills and send their children off to college, U.S. congressmen are hard at work trying to pass legislation to alleviate some of the burdens most of us face, right? WRONG! Most of us would dream of going into work on a Tuesday and leaving the office on a Thursday. Well, say hello to the day of a U.S. congressman as that is their typical workweek. What is even worse is that their yearly salary is $165,000! Yikes! As CNN reported “This year, Congress will probably end up meeting for about 100 days — an average of about two days a week.” Why, CNN found out that Many weeks, the House and Senate don’t schedule sessions on Monday or Friday, so that members can return to their home districts and states to make political appearances and raise the money they need for increasingly expensive re-election campaigns. Former congressman Trent Lott said that when he was majority leader, senators would routinely line up in front of his office to beg for their four-day weekends. Some of them would get pretty aggressive about it.

So, while we are working hard, you can be certain that U.S. congressmen are not working on issues of grave importance to the middleclass and under middleclass like social security, employment outlook, crimes in our cities, immigration and education. And out of the 100 days they are working they are probably having cyber sex with pages or trying to cover up something else that they should not be doing.

So my dear Congressmen, out of the 100 days you will actually be in Washington doing your job (God willing) remember your fate rest in the hands of voters! It time to vote most of you guys and gals out! Well that is if our votes count!

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