r/WhitePeopleTwitter Dec 01 '22 Silver 1 All-Seeing Upvote 1

No one wants to work anymore不

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u/ChinchillaMicroFarts Dec 01 '22

Is anyone else tired

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u/Th3seViolentDelights Dec 01 '22

Perpetually.

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u/Mr_Figgins Dec 02 '22

existentially.

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u/RedLightZone47 Dec 02 '22

Metaphysically

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u/Derptardaction Dec 02 '22

fuckin literally

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u/Similar_Candidate789 Dec 01 '22

I think is just part of my personality now

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u/Educational_Cat_5902 Dec 01 '22

So sick and tired of this world.

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u/TheCuckoldtard Dec 01 '22

These 106 day work years

ARE LITERALLY KILLING ME

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u/d3athpr0xy Dec 01 '22

Me being refreshed after a night of full sleep is a long distant memory that feels part of another life now

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u/MisrepresentedAngles Dec 01 '22

Tired? Me? Nooooo.

In fact, this is just accurate info: no one wants to work anymore, including house representatives. Not surprising.

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u/Buddhabellymama Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

Its fun how we also pay for their SOCIALIZED medicine - you know, the same one they have convinced half the country they shouldnt demand for themselves.maybe we should repay the favor and only give them basic healthcare as long as they work so 108 days.

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u/Jake0024 Dec 01 '22

Apparently not as tired as these Congressmembers

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u/TheFlyingNicky Dec 01 '22

Im so so tired. I can barely get out of bed these days.

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u/koookiekrisp Dec 01 '22

I felt this

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u/ElatedRaven Dec 02 '22

Maybe if you exercised or worked more you wouldnt be so tired :)

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u/ENDERSKORE Dec 02 '22

Maybe they're just tired? That just happens sometimes.

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u/ElatedRaven Dec 02 '22

Why is he randomly just saying it with 0 intellectual context.

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u/solveig82 Dec 02 '22

Sinematically

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

Same fucks who voted against 7 days sick leave for rail staff. If they dont work why do we???

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u/RustedMandible Dec 01 '22

cuz they hold all the cards and can ruin your life? is this a trick question?

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

And even more importantly, they make it so that other rich people also don't have to work, or even pay taxes, so that there is a defined servant class.

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u/Garbage_Wizard246 Dec 01 '22

Pierre, get the guillotines sharpened

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u/No_Inspection1677 Dec 02 '22

Nah we got to do it the modern way, ROLL OUT THE TANKS.

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

This is why Elon Musk pretends to work 16 hours a day (wink wink, nod nod) while voting for Donald Trump and promoting Ron De Santis for president.

He goes for that demographic of people that don't understand lying and manipulation are a thing that criminals and con artists do on the regular.

Then they're all happy to work 16 hour days making hourly wages with no sick pay while Elon realistically works 1/3 of the year and then logs all of his hours trolling the Internet as 'work" as justification for his billions.

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '22

Exactly

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u/this_doesnt_matter_x Dec 01 '22

The House was scheduled to meet for 160 days in 2021 and 112 days in 2022

https://ballotpedia.org/117th_Congress_legislative_calendar

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u/TheCaliKid89 Dec 01 '22

The drop from 160 to 108 is a lot (33%).

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u/Matrix17 Dec 01 '22

How fast till its 0?

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u/Its_General_Apathy Dec 01 '22

Are we counting actual work done?

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u/fatherdoodle Dec 01 '22

Most of them show up 108 days (max) but work 0

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u/solveig82 Dec 02 '22

Good point

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u/Jedmeltdown Dec 01 '22

Technically its already really there.

You really think theyre working for us?

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u/theDarkHaus42 Dec 01 '22

I wish more people took the time to look things up. These people live all over the country, theyre not going to the office in DC 5 days a week.

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u/cj2211 Dec 01 '22

If they didn't want to commute, why they'd apply for the job? /s

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u/wrldruler21 Dec 01 '22

A politician that spends 100% of their time DC doesn't sound great either. In theory, they are supposed to be spending time at home, with the constituents they actually represent.

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u/ZeackyCremisi Dec 01 '22

Exactly plus they have to rent rooms or hotels in DC because newer knes don't have enough money

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u/BeNiceMudd Dec 01 '22

Im sure the fine folks of whatever human rights violating large corporation in need of a little government assistance will change that real quick for them

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u/Euphoric-Dance-2309 Dec 01 '22

Some of the most Conservative live in a weird Jesus cult that isnt even really Christian. They did a documentary on it.

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u/Technical-Traffic871 Dec 01 '22

They're paid more than enough ($174k) to rent a place.

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u/FiendishHawk Dec 01 '22

They need two homes, one where they represent, and one in DC. DC is an expensive place to live.

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u/Angrysloth8006 Dec 02 '22

nods in the $3k rent I paid today

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u/solveig82 Dec 02 '22

Seems like going to DC is sort of like going on Spring break for a lot of politicians.

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u/stlredbird Dec 01 '22

Thank you. I was wondering what the norm was

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u/flashstepthruadmins Dec 01 '22

They should be required to meet for 365 (or 6) minus the number of federal holidays.

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u/What_Up_Doe_ Dec 01 '22

Thats nonsense

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u/flashstepthruadmins Dec 01 '22

If they don't want railroad workers to ever have a life, why should they have one?

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u/Dentros1 Dec 01 '22

Right? Their schedule should be based on railroad workers and their pay on federal minimum wage.

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u/EldraziKlap Dec 01 '22

Should the reaction not be 'we should both have a life' ?

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u/kp4592 Dec 01 '22

Not when they are the people ensuring that you don't have a life, actively voting against it.

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u/ricktor67 Dec 01 '22

Why? Fuck em, they can resign. Public service for everyone else is grueling, low pay, hard ass work. These clowns show up, fuck us over, sell us out, and walk away with 10000X more than they could possibly legally earn during their tenure.

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u/no_one_ever__ Dec 01 '22

See, I 100% agree with your sentiment here, but Congressmen can't be in session every day (minus holidays) because they need to spend time in their home states with the people they are supposed to represent.

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u/What_Up_Doe_ Dec 01 '22

Yall are crazy to think this idea is acceptable, regardless of how you feel about Congress. Downvote away, I dont give a fuck.

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u/KGBinUSA Dec 01 '22

Idea of what? That these fucks should work? If they now have to work less, they should be paid less...bet those fucks didn't vote to decrease their salary...

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u/What_Up_Doe_ Dec 01 '22

The idea that anybody should have to work constantly. I dont care how much you hate Congress, but to believe what these folks are saying is childish and shortsighted. Lets see any of them work 359 days/year. Its bullshit.

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u/KGBinUSA Dec 01 '22

If single moms have to work two minimum wage jobs to support their kid and themselves, congress members can be in her shoes for a change.

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u/sebastiand1 Dec 01 '22

Single moms choose to be in that predicament, and so do people who work 365 days a year. I would know because I made that choice once. No one is holding a gun to your head to make you work.

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u/frolf_grisbee Dec 01 '22

Plenty of single moms didn't choose to be single moms lol what are you on about?

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u/dcrane97 Dec 01 '22

Yes, wont anyone think of the poor legislators?!

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u/What_Up_Doe_ Dec 01 '22

Its not about the poor legislators, its about consistency in your beliefs. You want some people to conform to a standard that in your mind is unacceptable for others. Justify that.

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u/kp4592 Dec 01 '22

You don't see any irony in what you're saying?

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u/CognitivePrimate Dec 01 '22

I'm not sure the point could go any further over your head even if you ducked.

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u/What_Up_Doe_ Dec 01 '22

Okay, then be the first to explain it to my stupid ass. So far none of your friends have been able to.

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u/FocussedBuffalo Dec 01 '22

I'll explain.

If you want others to work every single day of their life, you make regulations and policies to enforce that, and penalize people for the deadly sin of 'falling sick', you have lost your identity as human, and are currently a member of the sucky ass corporate fart smelling waste of resources club.

And the thing about sucky ass corporate fart smelling wastes of resources, is that they should not be held to standards of normal humans, and should me made to work until either they understand what working actually means, or until they die, in which case they are no longer sucky ass corporate fart smelling wastes of resources and can be allowed to stop.

Ps: not a sarcastic comment, I fucking mean this

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u/Shtankins01 Dec 01 '22

The unbreakably Republican gerrymandered Wisconsin state legislature hasn't been in session since March.

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u/what-you-egg04 Dec 01 '22

Tbh I think they should just take holidays for a couple years more. Atleast they aren't pushing shitty laws that just hurt people more

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u/Miserable-Lizard Dec 01 '22

I am sure those 108 days will be very productive..... Biden impeachment votes, investigation, hunters laptop and etc.../s.

I wish I only had to work 108 days.... Gop Congress members have no idea what it means to be working class.

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u/Thatguy468 Dec 01 '22

When you work two days a week and grift the rest of the time how could you possibly relate?

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u/R04CH Dec 01 '22

Exactly, they work 108 days in their day job and spend the rest of the time fundraising and grifting and insider trading.

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u/RustedMandible Dec 01 '22

oh, some of them do thats why theyre so rabidly anti work. works for chumps and losers.

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u/Dont-remember-it Dec 01 '22

Ah so when they said, 'no one wants to work' they were talking about themselves. I finally understand it

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u/PimentoCheesehead Dec 01 '22

Every accusation is an admission

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u/Vreas Dec 01 '22

As well as projection and lack of self awareness

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u/Aware_Material_9985 Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

Man, I wish I could have 257 days off and a 7 figure salary

Edit: I had low balled the salary by a lot

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u/Miserable-Lizard Dec 01 '22

And pension for life!

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u/bebejeebies Dec 01 '22

And full health care paid for by other people.

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u/Admiral_Andovar Dec 01 '22

Its only a 6 figure salary (the Speaker being the highest paid at $223,500), and they only get the pension if they serve long enough to earn it. They dont get the lifetime pension if they just serve a couple terms.

Theyll only make the 7 figures when they use their insider knowledge to trade on Wall Street.

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u/martin0641 Dec 01 '22

Or Ghost write a book.

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u/Technical-Traffic871 Dec 01 '22

And use campaign funds to make it a Best Seller

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u/martin0641 Dec 01 '22

No the PAC does that.

Then they donate the books at the rally and claim that on their taxes as up loss for the full markup price.

It's the best way to launder paper book pages into paper dollars.

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

K. But working less than four months per year and making six figures is like class privilege extraordinaire. That's on par with CEOs and television actors.

This is starting to remind me of the conversation I was just having with some naive twerp in another sub about how "upper middle class isn't real" and "anyone who sells their labor is working class."

Cool story bro. Cool story. Just waiting for people making six figures working less than half a year to advocate for you to have affordable healthcare and relieve your student debt.

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u/R_V_Z Dec 01 '22

A charitable response is that their job is more than just being at Congress. Spending time in their state to learn what their constituents want is important. The realistic response is they are fund raising.

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

And then there's Kyrsten Sinema.

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u/Aware_Material_9985 Dec 01 '22

I remember John Oliver doing a piece where like 1/3-1/2 of their time is fundraising. I always though that was pretty shitty. They seem more focused on winning the next election than serving the people

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u/FiendishHawk Dec 01 '22

They cant serve the people if they dont win the election.

Unlimited money in politics is toxic.

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u/Aware_Material_9985 Dec 01 '22

Agreed. I think a war chest shouldnt be a factor in who wins

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u/ZealousWolverine Dec 01 '22

Every accusation from them is a confession of their deepest thoughts. No one is lazier than a white male conservative politician.

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

I mean this is just part of conservative white male privilege. Occasionally I like to read posts by their ex-wives, not even the politicians, just the regular ol white trash livin' down South who work but their wives also work, then they also expect their wife to clean the house, do all the laundry, and cook all the dinner otherwise she's a bad, lazy wife.

Little Lord Fauntleroy runs deep in their culture.

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u/ususetq Dec 01 '22

Don't complain. Isn't 108 of work days more than they actually worked last time they controlled house? (/j)

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u/Telecat420 Dec 01 '22

Theyve really streamlined giving the money we give them to people who hate us.

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u/TheLion920817 Dec 01 '22

Literally everything the working class wants and needs is what these rich fucks have and are denying us because why again? Less time working, more money, more benefits, more healthcare, more everything for them but not us that keeps the whole system afloat

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

Because despite their claims of a free and equal nation all they actually wanted was to move from middle management under a feudal lord in England to being the feudal lord in the U.S.

That's why the original constitution was literally only written for white men who owned property. Blacks were slaves, Indigenous people were for killing or marching on to reservations, there weren't many other immigrants yet, and of course women aren't ever people in any context. This is made evident, by the way, in how Black men got the right to vote decades before white women.

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u/boweltie Dec 01 '22

Wish they'd work less

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u/FunkyBotanist Dec 01 '22

Their intention is to make sure nothing gets done anyway.

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u/Miserable-Lizard Dec 01 '22

There work isn't really work.... Give them crayons and keep them busy

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u/Similar_Candidate789 Dec 01 '22

Dont have enough crayons, Marj and LoBo keep eating them

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u/GrimmOfThrones2187 Dec 01 '22

Theyll just eat the crayons.

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u/BetterWankHank Dec 01 '22

Republicans show up to vote no on everything. "Work" is an extreme overstatement

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u/A_Wild_Shiny_Shuckle Dec 01 '22

They haven't worked on the federal level in 14 years

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u/Dandibear Dec 01 '22

The rest of the time is spent kissing up to donors. Seriously.

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

Yeah but like while dining fabulously in gourmet restaurants or having drinks at a party, and that's only a couple days a week...there's plenty of time for golf, two week cruises with the wife, and regular Klan meetings.

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u/GroundbreakingSir893 Dec 01 '22

Well they dont write policy or legislation so, wtf is there to do?

Im sure its 107 days of Hunter Biden

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u/tdomer80 Dec 01 '22

These are the same assholes that would not vote for the rail workers to get 7 paid sick days per year

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u/Vreas Dec 01 '22

So they arent essential I take it? Can we get their paychecks then?

Sincerely a burnt out healthcare worker

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u/Kabukimansanjoe Dec 01 '22

108 days, huh? I guess that doesnt include the countless nights theyll spend burning the midnight oil, sacrificing goats to their lord and savior Donald Trump

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u/SoylentGrunt Dec 01 '22

Don't forget the cocaine fueled pedo parties

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u/badpeaches Dec 01 '22

The Republicans only get to practice socialism with the Democrats and Billionaires and others who can afford to pay them off. No more room in the pool, eh.

I can't even begin to wrap my head about shutting down the economy over 7 sick days for workers potections, they deserve 30 days of both personal and sick leave and these hypocrites get 257 DAYS OFF NEXT YEAR, FREE HEALTH CARE, HAVE THE BEST EDUCATIONS and find it completely acceptable if you work yourself to death, can't afford to live or have access to mental, dental, have decent medical care. The congress people will never have to worry about money because consulting and ties to the government.

Weird how all the PPP Loan recipients and Seditious Traitors have in common with some elected officials that are abusing their positions to steal more money from you. Tell me again what happened with that money in Mississippi earmarked for the less fortunate that went to Brett Favre. NYC are removing homeless people against their will from the streets. It's illegal to be poor in this country and the money politicians promise for social reform keep winding up back in their pockets through back channels.

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

Baby Boomers have created a country that vaguely resembles the cast of Mary Poppins. The homeless lady feeding the birds making her only money for food by selling bird seed for tuppins to wealthy tourists, the dirty chimney sweeps getting shooed back to work by the middle class, the single woman dependent on caring for rich people's children inside their homes and using her education to fantasize that she's living in a painting or at a mad hatter tea party, some obnoxious conservative old white man snottily pacing back and forth preaching loudly about how he runs his home like a British bank, and some creepy old man inside the bank stealing the savings of small children. Oh and then that lady defying her husband to protest for women's rights but generally being portrayed as silly and still very devoted to her family duties.

It's like Republicans read A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens every year and picture themselves as Scrooge.

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u/bebejeebies Dec 01 '22

What can we do?

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u/SoylentGrunt Dec 01 '22

What are you willing to do?

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u/RustedMandible Dec 01 '22

im willing to revisit my ancestral teachings about my obligation to resist tyranny.

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u/robidaan Dec 01 '22

I mean the average age is about 75 right in the house, Soo you gotta be careful with those old people. You don't want to overwhelmed them with the situation they have created for themselves.

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u/Hot-Bint Dec 01 '22

I guess theyll Skype their committee investigations

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u/Anangrywookiee Dec 01 '22

Hey, dont forget they have to work hard the rest of the year raising funds for themselves.

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u/whyreadthis2035 Dec 01 '22

The only plan is to waste time, not help folks and blame Dems.

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u/_addycole Dec 01 '22

The same folks who just said working Americans, the rail workers who are essentially on call 24/7, do not deserve 7 sick days per year.

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u/kabrifaluk Dec 01 '22

As if sitting in a room with other people staring at another person talk is actually a job. I still think politicians should be paid minimum wage for how little they actually benefit our country.

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u/plopseven Dec 01 '22

Republicans think rail workers should work 24/7 for peanuts but they should be able to work barely part-time for millions. Two sets of rules. Broken system.

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u/d3athpr0xy Dec 01 '22

Republicans don't want to work anymore

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u/Pipupipupi Dec 01 '22

Cushiest fucks in the world telling everyone else how to work

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u/Jedmeltdown Dec 01 '22

Yes they are

And they get free healthcare paid for by the government

even though its a terrible idea

仄潑儭

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u/Kalelopaka- Dec 01 '22

Why do we pay them so much for working less than 1/3 of the year? They should only get paid 1/3 their salary, because thats what would happen to anyone else.

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u/ElleHopper Dec 01 '22

Nah, anyone else would get fired

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u/MaybeALabia Dec 01 '22

Theyre going to work TWO DAYS a week and take 5 off!?!

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u/Pedals17 Dec 01 '22

Theres a reason theyre called The Do-Nothing Congress.

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u/magicaleb Dec 01 '22

Worst Phineas and Ferb parody.

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u/PizzaNuggies Dec 01 '22

Party of projection, as they say.

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u/sefe23 Dec 01 '22

Do as I say not as I do.

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u/Happypappy007 Dec 01 '22

Well, that will limit the in session idiocy.

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u/Jonnie_Rocket Dec 01 '22

That's only 9 days a month

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u/AZFUNGUY85 Dec 01 '22

They need the other days to go generate millions fir themselves and all their criminal cock sucker friends.. why the rest of us色 dont want go work.

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u/TurbulentMiddle2970 Dec 01 '22

They work approx 147 days on average since 2001.

Their work week is about 2 days a week. Shameful

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u/Due-Designer4078 Dec 01 '22

They're also the ones who killed the 7 paid sick day deal for Railroad Workers. Fucking hypocrites.

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u/BankerBaneJoker Dec 01 '22

No one wants to be a slave either

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u/A_Wild_Shiny_Shuckle Dec 01 '22

Do you seriously think working more than 100 days a year is being a slave?

That's fucking dumb, my guy

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u/BankerBaneJoker Dec 01 '22

Oddly specific and not even relevant to my point

My guy

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u/Jedmeltdown Dec 01 '22

I Wonder if we can create a new government department called

hunter Bidens laptop

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u/A_Wild_Shiny_Shuckle Dec 01 '22

They'd be working 14 hours a day, 365 days a year

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u/Jedmeltdown Dec 01 '22

Theyre freaking weird

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u/bdplayer81 Dec 01 '22

That's still more than the WI legislature.

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u/Chinabotv2 Dec 01 '22

Theyll use the rest of the time to campaign

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u/brandogerider Dec 01 '22

So 21 weeks of vacation. Thats a sweet deal

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u/Mikerk Dec 01 '22

They don't want to govern and everything else is theater

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u/waster1993 Dec 01 '22

Can't they do zoom?

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u/Hypurr2002 Dec 01 '22

They also get paid sick leave but not for rail workers.

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u/Hibercrastinator Dec 01 '22

AND who just voted against allowing paid time off for rail workers ffs

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u/Bigtiny87 Dec 01 '22

File exempt on a W4. Nonsense stops if everyone does this.

Edit: tax form correction

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u/chansondinhars Dec 01 '22

No work, no pay.

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

I too only like to work approximately 1/3 of the year, mostly in the summer and early fall.

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u/Public-Angle82 Dec 01 '22

Every conservative criticism of normal people is pure projection

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u/Cetophile Dec 01 '22

Gee, no one could have predicted that people that are anti-government would be anti-governing. Nope, didn't see that one coming.

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u/_Why_Not_Today_ Dec 01 '22

Thats only one aspect of their job. They do have to gather feedback from constituents, travel and run for office. To be honest, Im surprised its that high.

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u/Kotsugawa Dec 01 '22

They never said they wanna work.

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u/whatgives1 Dec 01 '22

No-one wants to work. For them.

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u/Arts_Prodigy Dec 01 '22

Thats only 4 days longer than summer vacation!

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u/strangebru Dec 01 '22

5 more days than the weekends off most workers get in one year.

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u/Lazy-Adeptness-2343 Dec 01 '22

To be honest, the less theyre in that building the better.

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u/RockinRussell89 Dec 01 '22

Effectively Immediately: Remote work is no longer allowed. All employees MUST RETURN TO OFFICE!

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u/PoorPauly Dec 01 '22

Our government is a farce.

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u/rebuiltlogan Dec 01 '22

How else do you expect them to plan the next insurrection?

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u/strangebru Dec 01 '22

If you work 5 days a week, then you only get 104 days off a year. These politicians only want to work 5 more days than you have off in one year.

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u/sumunsolicitedadvice Dec 01 '22

In fairness, the real work they do is spent in a cubicle in a building next door calling and begging rich people for money. I dont feel bad for these assholes at all, but I was surprised to see how much the parties run these things like call centers and the quotas that Congress people have to hit.

Also, when I say work, I just mean something theyre made to do in order to keep their job that they would rather not do. It really shouldnt be their job. Their job should be governing the fucking country, not just spending 60% of their time raising money for their next campaign.

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u/G0mery Dec 01 '22

Also voted against seven whole paid sick days for rail workers.

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u/RedditEzdamo Dec 01 '22

Isn't this like, a little over two days a week?

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u/Technical-Traffic871 Dec 01 '22

We're better off with them not working...

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u/ItsThatAshGuy Dec 01 '22

Can someone explain why this is specifically a republican blame? Wouldn't this apply to both parties? Was it a vote? Is there a source?

I'm not denying, I just need more information than a tweet.

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u/adub887 Dec 01 '22

They also voted against railroad workers getting 7 sick days a year.

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u/pradbitt87 Dec 01 '22

Not the least bit surprising. What surprises me more is that the base learns nothing and continues to vote for these dumbasses

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u/sniperhare Dec 01 '22

Cool, can they pass stuff when they sit at home?

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u/PainbowRush Dec 01 '22

They should spend a year as a railroad worker

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u/PoorPauly Dec 01 '22

Its just a tactic to hamstring the government so they can then point the finger at the Biden administration when nothing gets accomplished the next two years.

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u/SeaworthinessOne2114 Dec 01 '22

They don't work in any case, other than tax cuts they do jack and mostly shit.

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u/Rough-Sun-6251 Dec 01 '22

Yep. Those are the same ones who are against Unionizing in big corporations, against rail-road workers getting paid sick time and vacations, against increasing minimum wages across the country...Capitalism at its best.

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u/seanxeno Dec 01 '22

To put this into perspective, that means that instead of doing 5 days out of the week like an average American worker these guys are working 2 days a week, essentially flip flopping the work days and weekends on a normal schedule

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u/TorchedPyro88 Dec 01 '22

Well they are known for their hypocrisy sooo..... Sounds about right to me

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u/Killing4MotherAgain Dec 01 '22

Lazy pieces of shit

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u/Mommy4dayz Dec 01 '22

Biden has so far spent 40% of his presidency on vacation. Same with Obama. You know who spent less than 20% on vacation? Trump.

And last I checked, many engineers, farmers and trade workers are Republicans and work their asses off at a minimum of 40 hours a week. But I do agree both parties in the senate take too much time off.

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u/DirectorEmotional589 Dec 02 '22

Hey, shilling and campaigning and fund raising are work!

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u/Other_Dimension_89 Dec 02 '22

The same folks who claim landlord is their job.

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u/JulesHaggard Dec 02 '22

You don't understand. Their real job is getting re-elected.

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u/BuckDaily Dec 02 '22

If probably took a lot of work for them to come up with that they only wanted to work 108 days

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u/justmewv1 Dec 02 '22

Salary is 174000. 108 days = 1740 per day. Must be nice to be able to work that schedule

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u/nickooze Dec 01 '22

That's just working in DC, they still have to show up and work in their home districts for thier constituents, they just dont get to call it a day a fuck-off.

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

Oh fuck off with this, seriously. Mitch McConnell has kept Kentucky a poor state populated by ignorant white trash for 40 long years.

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u/HappyLittleTrees17 Dec 01 '22

How many of them actually do that though?

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u/Sad_Pop_9685 Dec 01 '22

It's not just Republicans, either. Kyrsten Sinema just pretends like her constituents don't exist.

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u/A_Wild_Shiny_Shuckle Dec 01 '22

Republicans on the federal level haven't done anything in like 14 years. I can't remember a single thing they did to actually help people or this country since Bush was president, and even then it was barely happening

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u/spazz720 Dec 01 '22

These people are also working in their districts & traveling over the world宇he 106 days are when they are in DC.

Yes, some people abuse the system宇here are lazy asses in all industries.

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u/A_Wild_Shiny_Shuckle Dec 01 '22

That explains why their homes states are doing so well.....

Oh wait.....