Monday, November 8, 2010

From the "wish I thought of that" files

Michael Ramirez sees signs of life from underneath the House:

Does this mean we can cancel the taxpayer-funded grief counseling?
But one of the staffers was described as a "counselor" to help with the emotional aspect of the loss — and a section in the packet each staffer was given dealt with the stages of grief (for instance, Stage One being anger, and so on).

"It was like it was about death," the staffer said. "It was bizarre." The staffer did say the portions about the benefits and résumé writing were instructive.

The teams weren't sent by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office. Two people have suggested it may have been the Clerk's Office or Human Resources.
Pelosi didn't bother with the grief counselors since her continued presence (Oh happy day) is sure to guarantee their dearly-departed colleagues will be back in just two years. So, Ding Dong, why not have a party to honor all those amazing accomplishments of the 111th Congress? Maybe I should have titled this one from the "you can't make this stuff up" files.

H/T:  Hot Air


  1. Yes, indeed. If she's planning an "accomplishments" party, her toes are still twitching.

    I'm predicting: We ain't seen nothin' yet.

    I'm also predicting: They ain't seen nothin' yet.

  2. LOL, I love that last one QR. Love it.


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