How government really works

How government really works

April 5, 2012

By John Seiler

Politicians like to tell us how much they’re “helping” us. How wonderful their “programs” are.

But Eddie Murphy, playing a newly elected congressman,  finds out how government really works in “The Distingushed Gentleman.”

(Note: Some bad language.)

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  1. Beelzebub
    Beelzebub 7 April, 2012, 14:09

    Really no different from Mexico. Perhaps a little more discreet. But the foundations and principles are identical. Why do you think some of the the richest Americans are among the 535 on Capital Hill? Coincidence? Do you really think they would spend their time working for peanuts unless there were hidden benefits? Do you think they do it out of love of country? 😀

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  2. Rex The Wonder Dog!
    Rex The Wonder Dog! 7 April, 2012, 23:25

    I LOVED this show!

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  3. queeg
    queeg 8 April, 2012, 07:32

    being rich is not bad….rich people provide jobs

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  4. Rex The Wonder Dog!
    Rex The Wonder Dog! 8 April, 2012, 16:47

    Small business provides 80%+ of all new jobs, rich people have been shipping jobs off shore……

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  5. queeg
    queeg 8 April, 2012, 19:39

    pap. too much Fox News…. jobs overseas because Americans buy Big Box junk.

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