Please be patient while we restart the machinery of government. We were able to keep the circuses going all through the shutdown, but it may take some time for the bread to come back on line.
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To whom does one send complaints? While the circuses did indeed keep running, I found the quality lacking,
Perhaps we could learn from the masters? The Romans featured gladiatorial combat as well as the throwing of those out of political favor to ravenous wild beasts. The discerning circus-goer would find future shutdown oh-so-much more tolerable if only leaders of the various parties fought to the death until the issues were resolved. And if, after a week or so, the shutdown is still unresolved and becoming completely tedious, we could start throwing the congress member from each party with the lowest approval ratings to, say, Grizzly bears, to keep to an American theme.
Citizens such as myself need to let those in charge know our feelings if we ever hope for government to improve.
Wouldn’t “government improval” be an oxymoron?
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I think you have it backwards. The parks were shut down but the FDIC remained open.
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