Skip to comments.Senate caps Secret Santa spending
Posted on 12/01/2011 10:26:01 AM PST by WOBBLY BOB
Senate Republicans and Democrats have finally reached an iron-clad, bipartisan agreement to cap spending. Their Secret Santa presents won't cost more than $10. Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., and Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., organized the Senate gift exchange, which will take place at a holiday party sometime next month. An outspoken liberal voice, former "Saturday Night Live" funnyman Franken would seem an odd partner for the conservative, buttoned-down Johanns. "We're as near to polar opposites as you could find in the Senate," Johanns acknowledged, "and yet I think it's a good idea, and when he asked me I didn't hesitate a minute."
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Ha ha ha...it’s easy to cap spending when it’s YOUR OWN money. When it’s somebody else’s...WHO CARES?
A turd in a box is free!!
I think I’ll go to the dollar store and buy 10 boxes of sidewalk chalk.
Wanna bet we’re going to be billed for those $10s?
We are billed for the $10. The Senate’s wasting taxpayers’ money on this stupid action.
Yeah, I could see John Calhoun and Henry Clay doing the whole “Secret Santa” thing. Pathetic.
Wondering, who gets to buy harry reid a personality?
That would cost more than $10
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