Sunday, March 3, 2013

A Guide to 113th Congressional Names

This is an updated post on my "Guide to Congressional Names" for the new 113th Congress. For example....

Could we really trust Ohio's Rep. Fudge to chair the House Finance Committee?

Why isn't Tom Kaine the House Minority Whip?

And shouldn't  Sen. Fischer and Rep. Price chair any investigation into Toy Safety?

If you can stand more, see story in the Detroit Free Press or The Olympian.

30 comments:

Everyday Goddess said...

ha, that's funny!

Jeni said...

Very neat and quite creative -also some good humor in there too!

Lydia K said...

Okay, your article was totally entertaining!

Mrs. Tuna said...

Yeah well, you're talking to someone named Mrs. Tuna.

Sweet Virginia Breeze said...

He he, that is very funny!

Christina said...

Very creative. Some of them do live up to their names.

Marlene said...

Love the punny names!

Melissa said...

LOL! Awesome. :-D

Belle said...

Love the combination!

Webster said...

I am impressed. Very clever and wuite well done. I wonder how long it took you to write? care to spill?

Janet Johnson said...

That is too funny! I'm off to click over. :)

Out of My Mind said...

Hey, Nick....I could have sworn that I left a comment about this post. This is so good and you are such a stinker. I really like that part of you!

May I post this on my blog as kind of a guest post from you. I would like for some of my readers to get a chance to get to know just how funny and interesting you are. kt2816@att.net

Out of My Mind said...

kt was here and enjoyed her visit...along with a rofl.

Laraine Eddington said...

Ha ha. Jeff Flake is my brother. Did you know our family is the Flakes from Snowflake, Arizona? Now he's running for the senate.

TexWisGirl said...

laughing at that. lordy! :)

thanks for your supportive comment on my post today re: blogging. really appreciate it!

Jeanne said...

After this week, I think they're all schmucks.

One Bad Pixie said...

Amazing how some people just live up to their names. For others, they are just 'branded' with a crappy reputation right from the start. The second group- I feel bad for them.

Pamela Beers. said...

This is so clever, Nick! I love it. "Schmuck" says it all.

Mrs. Tuna...my last name is "Beers". Needless to say, I get razzed about that quite a bit. Some people call me "Sixpack".

Murr Brewster said...

At least the local gynecologist named Dr. Harry Dick never ran for office.

Pearl said...

:-) Very nice!

Pearl

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Hah! very clever...

EG CameraGirl said...

Thanks for the laugh!

Tracy Cook said...

Think being English puts me at a disadvantage

Anonymous said...

How fun!

Sandy said...

Love your humor and
it's a great post.
Sandy

Esther Joy said...

The "Schmuck" one takes the cake!

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

I love that... Fischer -- Price. Too funny!

Lmkazmierczak said...

What a gr8 post♫ My Letter P effort: http://lore-eleven.blogspot.com/2013/03/pipes.html

Patsy said...

Some people really should adopt a more suitable professional name.

Jenny Woolf said...

Haha! And it's funny how often peoples names reflect their jobs, have you ever noticed?