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Posted: Tuesday, January 1, 2013 4:00 pm | Updated: 4:28 pm, Mon Jan 14, 2013.

“I can’t believe that Dave Allison’s performance pay was approved. There’s no balanced budget and the 2 percent increase they just gave is being taken away districtwide. Doesn’t seem to affect him. How fair is that?”

“I don’t see anything wrong with going over the fiscal cliff. People are going to be educated on the pros and cons of Republican austerity. Maybe we should demand Canada pass harboring laws.”

“Since my charitable giving will no longer be tax deductible, United Way can count on me to cancel my donations.”

“What’s with all the boo-hooing over a ‘fiscal cliff’? One could see it coming for years, if one cared to look. After all the political greed, doling out billions to left-wing welfare causes and non-deservers, it’s time to pay the piper. Now man-up people or be prepared to go down with the ship.”

“So Congress is working this weekend after spending the year working only on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. What a worthless bunch. They ought to work two months straight at the beginning on the year and that’s all except for a national emergency. Would you even consider buying a used car from Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Mitch McConnell or John Boehner? I think not. Anyone who voted for any incumbent for Congress or the Senate is actually part of the problem.”

“Congress is making the Mideast look like they have their act together. If Egypt were to send their troops to Washington D.C. to stabilize our government, I would be to ashamed to stop them.”

“For you tea party people, if you are worried about losing your weapons and enjoy overthrowing governments, why don’t you move to Syria? You’ll be in paradise and serve a good cause helping the rebels. Also, maybe the NRA will fund it. I know how you hate spending taxpayers’ money. One other thing, before we start arming teachers with weapons in the classroom, let’s first train them how to operate a copying machine. When they can successfully un-jam one of those, then we can proceed to weaponry.”

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