The only body that gets hurt are the taxpayers, you just know it’s going to cost big bucks! everybody makes money, your elected mouthpieces look like heros because they got the Gment going again..they voted more money!
As long as you have defective control units you will always have problems.
I don’t think we want to try a full power-off reset.
It’s step two that causes the problems.
As long as people aren’t willing to compromise and work with each other, this is what you get!
That’s a very PC statement. :D
What is the difference between government being in or out of session? The answer is NOTHING, which aught to tell you just how much we need government!
A very sound but largely ignored statement. Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it In this case, even those who live it will repeat it. Sisyphus redux.
It’s a scare tactic to get what they want….
The fix is in!
So the government was designed by Microsoft?
Now ain’t that pretty much the truth. On the other hand, when the government is shut down, it’s harder for them to mess things up.
You know what they say: Garbage in, garbage out!
When the government is shutdown, they tell all non-essential workers to stay home. Why don’t they do that ALL the time?
That is the trouble with making our government a popularity contest instead of a job interview.
They need to be rebooted. Into the gutter.
I never knew motherboard was spelled “M-U-T-H-A-F….”
That’s because most folks are concerned if we do a real hard reboot the whole system will be lost. But it can’t really be any worse than the stinking quagmire we’re currently stuck in.
Only if you clean out the administration when the government shuts down. Unfortunately that doesn’t’ happen.
Good one ! a classic by Parker and Hart.
Because what you’re turning on is the same #^$#^& thing!
You want to stop shutdowns? Restrict the President and Congress to the White House and the Capitol Building respectively and shut off all the Administration and Congress’s Twitter accounts.
“Give me all your money or I’ll shoot myself.”
THAT kind of thinking.
Mastroianni and Hart