Thursday, June 14th, 2012 and is filed under News
There are some things that can only emanate from Congress. This, from the Wall Street Journal:
How much does it cost for a member of Congress to change a light bulb?
Apparently, it costs $39.
An election-spending report for former Rep. Chris Shays (R., Conn.) shows that the former lawmaker was billed that amount to have a light bulb changed in his campaign office.
Money just works like magic within the dome of the Capitol!
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