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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Dad was right. All in Congress are corrupt.



On the anniversary of the death of a loved one, it is hard not to think of them.  I just listened to a Sixty Minutes installment that reaffirms Dad’s contention that the halls of congress should be converted to a high security federal prison.

Dad, it has been five years since you died and during that time our government never once failed to live down to your expectations.  Rest in peace; you were right.

1 comment:

Steve said...

I know that when you're elected to certain offices you're required to relinquish control of certain assets for the duration. Silly me; I thought this might actually protect us in some small way from our legislators being above the law. There seems no end to the ways that these people can demonstrate their lack of ethics.